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Radical Acceptance

Posted by Dr. Michele Lob PsyD., MFT, CEDS in DBT Skills

01.03.19

 As 2018 comes to a close, I look back on the passed year with its challenges, triumphs, disappointments, and celebrations, and feel called to write about one of my most favorite DBT skills - that of Radical Acceptance. Radical Acceptance does not allow for regret or self-flagellation. It allows for complete and utter acceptance that what has gone has gone, what is done, is done, what is, is! Radical Acceptance allows for an internal place in both mind and body to be completely in acceptance of reality.  

Before it Happens Again: Mass Shootings, Mental Health & Problem-Solving: Part 2

Posted by Cindy Finch, LCSW in Awareness, DBT Skills, Media

12.06.18

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Before it Happens Again: Mass Shootings, Mental Health & Problem-Solving: Part 1

Posted by Cindy Finch, LCSW in Awareness, DBT Skills, Media, News

11.28.18

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The Holiday Season…

Posted by Dr. Michele Lob PsyD., MFT, CEDS in Benefits of DBT, DBT Skills, Recent Work

11.21.18

 The Holiday Season is upon us – this year it seems to have come far too soon. Several of my friends are putting up their holiday decorations BEFORE Thanksgiving and I heard Christmas music on my car radio today – with still 6 weeks to go until Christmas Day.  

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