Intro to DBT & Mindfulness
What can Mindfulness do?
Wise Mind
"What" Skills
"How" Skills
100
This module will help you to control your mind rather than have your mind control you.
What is mindfulness?
100

True or False: Mindfulness can reduce suffering and increase happiness? 

What is true?

100
This is the mind that's ruled by feelings and urges.
What is emotion mind?
100
This means to notice an experience.
What is observe?
100
This means to stick to the facts without evaluating or giving an opinion.
What is nonjudgmentally?
200
This is what DBT stands for.
What is dialectical behavior therapy?
200

This includes the ability to focus your attention and to detach from thoughts, images and sensations. 

What is increase control of mind?

200
This is the mind that's ruled by facts, reason, and logic.
What is reasonable mind?
200
This means to label an observation with words.
What is describe?
200
This means to only focus on one thing in the moment.
What is one-mindfully?
300
These are the four DBT modules.
What are emotion regulation, mindfulness, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness?
300

This is the opposite of mindlessness and is awareness of what is going on around us. 

What is experience reality as it is?

300
This is the mind that's ruled by both emotions and logic.
What is wise mind?
300
This means to fully experience the present moment.
What is participate?
300
This means to do what works.
What is effectively?
400
This is the ability to stay focused on one thing at a time.
What is attentional control?
400

What does "essential goodness" mean?

What is seeing ourselves as we actually are and not as inherently good or bad. 

400
True or False: being in wise mind can take a lot of practice.
What is true?
400
This is something you may use all five senses to do.
What is observing?
400
Evaluating, discriminating, and differentiating are all examples of this.
What is a judgment?
500

True or False: dialectics means that 2 things that seem like opposites can both be true at the same time?

What is true?

500

This is when each person has inherent significance which cannot be taken away or discounted, in other words each person's voice and needs warrant being heard.

What is the essential validity? 

500
Give an example of each state of mind.
Examples.
500
Examples of this include answering questions in class, playing baseball, or fully experiencing an emotion.
What is participating?
500
This means to act skillfully to achieve your goals.
What is being effective?
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