Judging Judgment Judgmental and Non-Judgmental – Episode 55

I focus on the nature of judging and judgments, what it is that makes a judgment into a judgmental statement, what are the problems with being judgmental, and how do we become non-judgmental.

More mindfulness skills in DBT for coping with hell – Episode 54

With these zoom sessions I begin to teach all DBT skills, one at a time. I will explain the skill, making it as practical as I can, then talk about where and how anyone can apply it to enhance life and reduce misery, and then take questions and have dialogue with anyone who is participating live.

Mindfulness Skills: the power of simply observing reality – Episode 53

With these zoom sessions I begin to teach all DBT skills, one at a time. I will explain the skill, making it as practical as I can, then talk about where and how anyone can apply it to enhance life and reduce misery, and then take questions and have dialogue with anyone who is participating live.

Mindfulness as taught within DBT – Episode 52

With these zoom sessions I begin to teach all DBT skills, one at a time. I will explain the skill, making it as practical as I can, then talk about where and how anyone can apply it to enhance life and reduce misery, and then take questions and have dialogue with anyone who is participating live.

Mindfulness in the service of reducing suffering – Episode 51

Beginning with this Zoom session I will begin to teach all DBT skills, one at a time. I will explain the skill, making it as practical as I can, then talk about where and how anyone can apply it to enhance life and reduce misery, and then take questions and have dialogue with anyone who is participating live.

To Hell and Back – The Zoom Version (April 18, 2019) – Episode 50

Charlie reads from a book about skills that he is writing, then responds to questions about self-validation and about the distinction between emotion regulation and distress tolerance skills.

10 Reasons the DBT Skills Training Fails, and Solutions – Episode 48

As helpful as we believe skills to be, it is common that they are not learned, or not used, or ineffective. In this podcast Charlie names ten reasons for skills training to fail, with some solutions.

A conversation with Andrea Rosenhaft (Part 3 of 3) – Episode 46

Charlie has an extended conversation with Andrea about her many years of suffering with anorexia and borderline personality disorder, and how treatment has helped her.

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