Dr. Erin Parks demonstrates using dialectical behavior therapy to treat self-harm. Patient Kelly is struggling with emotion dysregulation and is self-harming, but she does not think she has a problem. Parks introduces different coping skills and helps with a chain analysis of what leads to self-harm.
Emotional Regulation, Cutting, and DBT: A Clinical Psychology Session
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