Therapists ' Use of DBT : A Survey Study of Clinical Practice

@inproceedings{DiGiorgio2010TherapistsU,
  title={Therapists ' Use of DBT : A Survey Study of Clinical Practice},
  author={Kimberly E. DiGiorgio and Carol R. Glass and Diane B. Arnkoff},
  year={2010}
}
1077 © 20 Publ The purpose of this study was to examine how therapists conduct Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) individual psychotherapy with clients, focusing on clinical factors that could account for decisions regarding modifications of DBT (e.g., client diagnosis, therapist theoretical orientation, and intensity of DBT training). Additionally, the study investigated how therapists integrate DBT into their primary approach to therapy. Greater adherence to the DBT protocol was reported by… CONTINUE READING
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