How to Practice the Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skill 'Self-Soothe'
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A common skill seen in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is self-soothe. Self-soothe is a way to stay grounded and calm in difficult situations by stimulating the five senses: taste, smell, sight, hearing and touch. Here at Schizophrenic.NYC, we came up with several ways to stimulate the senses in the moments when you feel like you’ll lose control. Check out the infographic below to learn our tips!
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Originally published: April 10, 2017