Group 4: DBT Series | Interpersonal Effectiveness



hi so welcome to my next video of DBP and day is going to be about interpersonal effectiveness so let's just get right into it so first dialectic conflicts and interpersonal effectiveness I may not have caused all of my problems and I have to solve them anyway I want this person to like me and I need to confront them my priority is to act one way and someone else is demanding that I act in a different way I can do things by myself and I can also ask for help I don't care about this person I deeply care about this person so interpersonal conflicts within yourself those are just some examples there now there's a few paradigms that I'm going to briefly you can see those there so I'm going to read the first one the void ins paired gotten paradigm week you it's negative emotions which leads to escape or avoidance and a problem behavior into temporary relief to know opportunity to learn new skills to increase vulnerability accuse back negative emotions there's also the emotional driving paradigm which the cutest negative emotions the then to rehearse or feed the emotion the problem behavior and if you can't wear relief and to increasing it an emotional state then to increase vulnerability to q's back native emotions and then we have the tolerance paradigm which is negative emotions and then to observe describe and tolerate emotions problem-solving behavior to relieve to opportunity to learn new skills to create slow learner ability to use and then back negative emotions and then balancing responsibilities so responsibility to sell things that are important to you things that you do for yourself or would like to do for yourself in order to maintain a certain standard of living responsibilities others things that other people want you to do things you should be brothers balancing once and should once thanks ed because you want to do then shoulds or things to do because we ought to or have to do then the problems of imbalance the problem when responsibilities to self conflict with responsibilities to others solutions if overwhelmed reduce or put off low priority responsibilities ask others for help help say no when necessary if no I don't you do try to create some structure and response better than these offer to do something the problems of imbalance continued problem when once and shoulds are out of balance people resort to impulsive and dysfunctional behaviors one dominate responsibilities are not mad and commitments are not kept should dominate depression resentment frustration and anger are experienced solution get your opinions taken seriously get others to do things say no to unlock it requests skills connection kinds of interpersonal effectiveness skills changing something example making a request resist in cages example saying they'll results of interpersonal effectiveness skills giving your objectives met maintaining or improving relationships maintain are improving self-respect and some important opposites to balance is to make note of accepting reality and working at change it validating yourself and others and acknowledging errors working and resting doing things you need to do and doing things you want to do working on improving yourself and accepting yourself exactly as you are problem solving and problem acceptance emotion regulation and emotional acceptance mastering something on your own and asking for help independence and dependence openness and privacy trust and suspicion watching and observing and participating taking from others and give me to others focusing on yourself and focusing on others so that's an overview of interpersonal effectiveness so I found this one to be a little bit kind of confusing we were in class we didn't have the slide like in front of us we were just kind of talking out loud going over everything so I didn't really have anything to look at it's just kind of so candle and end of class you print it out the slides rescue over and slides are kind of brief sometimes but I hope that you got some takeaway from this and some of it didn't make sense so um thank you all for watching and please like this video and please subscribe thanks guys fine

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  1. We just went over this in therapy this week,it is difficult.Thx for the video πŸ‘πŸ»βœŒπŸ»οΈπŸ™πŸ» oops this comment was meant for episode #4 on DBT lol thx again πŸ‘πŸ»βœŒπŸ»οΈπŸ™πŸ»

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