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behavior

noun actions, air, bearing, beliefs, carriage, character, comportment, conduct, consuetude, course, course of conduct, course of life, decorum, demeanor, habituation, habitude, inveteracy, line of conduct, manner, manner of life, manners, matter of course, mien, mode of action, mores, personal bearing, presence, propriety, ritual, ritualism, routine, way of acting, way of life
Associated concepts: bad behavior, contemptuous behavior, good behavior, indecent behavior
Foreign phrases: Ad vitam aut culpam.For life, or until guilty of misbehavior. De bono gestu. For or during good behavior.
See also: conduct, custom, demeanor, deportment, manner, modus operandi, practice, presence, procedure, protocol, way
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DBT, FAP, and ACT: How empirically oriented are the new behavior therapy technologies?
Dialectical behavior therapy of borderline patients with and without substance abuse problems: implementation and long-term effects.
anger control training, or social skills therapy) or are expressed by acronym packages such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT; Linehan, 1993), Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP; Kohlenberg & Tsai, 1991) or Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT; Hayes, Strosahl, & Wilson, 1999).
In the text of the poster, the investigators noted that the results for the qualitative analysis suggest that the members of the dialectical behavior therapy group "used the groups to work on specific interpersonal relationships, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance skills, as well as to get feedback and support from others in the group.
CONCEPTUAL OVERVIEW OF DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY
She discusses professionalism in the field, client-therapist relationships, and specific techniques: eclectic techniques for group therapy, classic Gestalt techniques, therapeutic expressive techniques, cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, solution-focused counseling, rational emotive behavior therapy and reality therapy, classic behavioral techniques, person-centered techniques and psychoeducational counseling, conflict resolution and stress management techniques, and trauma, loss, grief, and post-traumatic stress debriefing strategies.
This guide for professionals explains how to conduct low-intensity cognitive behavior therapy (LICBT), which is a new form of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) that is used to treat mild to moderate common mental health problems over a short course of treatment.
During the past decade and a half, a series of interventions have ascended within behavior therapy that have been viewed collectively as constituting a "third wave" (Hayes, 2004).
This chapter presents the treatment of depression using cognitive behavior therapy and hypnosis and offers a cognitive dissociative model of depression, which is based on the negative sell-hypnosis model.
COLORADO SPRINGS -- The hottest development in the treatment of binge eating disorder is dialectical behavior therapy.

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