Marsha Linehan on Areas of Emotion
Working with Emotion
Until we begin to understand the functions of emotions, why we have them, what their effect is on others, we cannot expect to change them.
There are 3 major functions of emotions:
- Emotions Communicate to and Influence Others
- Emotions Organize and Motivate Action
- Emotions Can Be Self-Validating
The functions of emotions effect our lives in a number of ways, and can have enormous impacts on our relationship with trauma.
Dr Marsha Linehan has dedicated her life to developing and testing treatments to benefit individuals on a global scale.
Her personal insight in the treatment of mental health is invaluable.
Dr Marsha Linehan will be presenting three-day workshops in Sydney & Melbourne in March 2017. These workshops will provide instruction and experiential practice in the DBT mindfulness skills and introduce updated and new applications of skills in the areas of emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness.
Learn more about working with emotion at Marsha Linehan’s forthcoming training event “Practical Skills Training: Foundations & Updates” in Melbourne & Sydney.
Radical acceptance rests on letting go of the illusion of control and a willingness to notice and accept things as they are right now, without judging.
The Marsha Linehan 2017 Trainings are based on and expand upon Dr Linehan’s “DBT Skills Training Manual”.
Marsha Linehan in Australia.
Practical Skills Training: Foundations & Updates.
DBT Skills for Distressed and High-Risk Populations.
Dr Marsha Linehan will be presenting three-day workshops in Sydney & Melbourne in March 2017.
These trainings will provide instruction and experiential practice in working with high-risk individuals. Dr Linehan will introduce and update the very latest applications of skills in the areas of emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness.
Develop your skills and effectiveness when working with suicide, self-harm, eating disorders, borderline and antisocial personality disorders.
Participants will learn skills suitable for application as stand-alone skills or in conjunction with other therapeutic modalities.