A post which has been super helpful for me while using CBT !
At my internship, I have been given the opportunity to lead the relapse prevention group with our substance abuse clients. This past week, one of our lessons was to talk about Acceptance in recovery. Like all units, the manual relied purely on discussion and did not bring in any other type of learning styles. Having been with this group since August and seeing just how much they enjoyed talking for two straight hours about their recovery (can you sense my sarcasm?), I immediately starting looking into alternative ways to get the clients engaged. Now, we still did spend about half of the time talking about Acceptance and what that meant to our clients, BUT we also did an activity called the DBT house.
In order to do the DBT house with your clients, have your clients draw a house that includes a floor, roof, chimney, door, billboard and have it…
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