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Do you need access to a skill quickly? With this app you will quickly get a random distress tolerance skill to do. In addition, for each module, Mindfulness, Emotional Control, Manage relationships and Distress tolerance, are the skills represented and tutorials for these. Contains over 150 different suggestions on skill exercises. There is also the opportunity to create your own crisis list so you will always have it with you. An optional module for validation has been added as desired by participants. The application is designed in collaboration with the participants in DBT treatment.

Dbt911 is available in Swedish, English, German and Hebrew. Want to help translate into other languages? Please e-mail!

Dbt911 can never replace professional help, but can serve as a tool for DBT training.

Keywords: DBT, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Skills, Mindfulness, Emotions, Emotional Control, Anxiety, Self Help, Relationships, Therapy, IPS.

Tags: dbt 911, dbt911, distress tolerance apps, dbt112, dbt 911 app itunes.

Recently changed in this version

Version 4.0
* Possibility to fill out diary card
* Alternative thoughts
* Possibility to add your own pros and cons lists.
* Possibility to select language. (Swedish, English, German and Hebrew.)

V 4.0.1 include these bug fix:
* Fixed problem with exiting the app.
* RTL bug in Hebrew in the PDF, fixed.
* For Android 2.2 forced closing due to NoSuchMethodError now fixed.

Comments and ratings for Dbt911
  • (78 stars)

    by Skinny Gumbo on 05/01/2015

    There are lots of DBT and mindfulness apps, but I have found this one to be the most useful, both personally and for my clients. The addition of the diary card is very helpful. I use the weekly tips and affirmations often. I only wish it was available for my clients who use iPhone. Excellent app!

  • (78 stars)

    by Karen Vradelis on 23/12/2014

    Wonderful improvements with updates!

  • (78 stars)

    by Kirsten Ferguson on 22/12/2014

    I think this app might be able to help me. So far I've only tried to use the diary & am interested to see how it could help me track what's going on. However, As your #5 screenshot shows; "Suicide" is spelled without its "e". You want me to rate my suicidal tendencies, but you can't spell it right? Apologies is used where apologize should be. I mean... It's designed to help me, not aggravate me, r

  • (78 stars)

    by Autumn Wolf on 19/12/2014

    I was recently diagnosed with CPTSD and and just started using this app. I can see how it will be extremely useful for my flashbacks.

  • (78 stars)

    by Bree Risk on 08/12/2014

    Needs a diary card

  • (78 stars)

    by Marie R on 22/11/2014

    A portable list of skills and lots of specific suggestions for distress tolerance, and it's free and accessible, which seems disappointingly rare when it comes to DBT. My expectations have been exceeded.

  • (78 stars)

    by Gina Boyd on 08/10/2014

    Its a blessing

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