These skills help participants survive crises and tolerate intense, painful emotions. These skills result in less impulsive and self-destructive behaviors.
Emotion Regulation skills help participants understand emotions, learn ways to reduce intense emotions, and learn ways to generate positive emotions.
These help individuals develop communication skills to improve relationships, be more effective at saying ‘no,’ as well as how to ask for things.
Teaches participants ways to stay in the present moment, take control of their mind, and learn different ways to make effective and less impulsive decisions.