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    Wandering Jew
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    Hi!

    I am interested in reading a book that explains the four modules of DBT comprehensively, and is also easy to read.

     

    All suggestions are welcome.

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    Chavy
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    Here’s a link to a book that goes into depth about DBT.  I personally found it to be too in-depth, but maybe you’ll like it.

    <span>https://www.amazon.com/Dialectical-Behavior-Therapy-Skills-Workbook-ebook/dp/B0041D8UWM</span&gt;

     

     

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    Chavy
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    For some reason, those links didn’t work, but this is the title of the book:

    The Dialectical Behavioral Skills Workbook

    It’s by 3 different authors (there names are way too long to type). But definitely let me know if you can’t find it and I’ll try to share the link again.

    Another grade read is DBT made simple, by Sherri Van Dijk. Here is a link: https://www.amazon.com/DBT-Made-Simple-Step-Step/dp/1608821641.  I found it to be thorough, but also easy to understand.

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    Chavy
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    In response to chayasatt's post #8851:

    Ya, that is a great book and I have it. The only thing about it that I didn’t love is that they have a lot of lengthy exercises to help understand the skills. I’m more of a reading person than doing the exercises, but that’s just my opinion.

    I particular enjoy the adolescent DBT book by Rathus; it covers the basic modules of DBT in a slightly water-down format.

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