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Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) was created by a woman named Marsha Linehan in the 1980s. The skills she created are now taught all over the world. DBT can improve depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, and other mental health struggles. We are Kate and Michelle, two mental health therapists in Seattle, WA. We have been teaching DBT groups as a team for years. Whether you've never heard of DBT before or are experienced with DBT skills, this podcast is here to help you use D ...
 
Photographer AJ Martens and blogger and former Miss wheelchair Fl 2010 Shannon Horne will bring a unique and informative guest to each episode of don't burn the day otherwise known as DBTD. The host of the show has not let the diagnosis of cerebral palsy slow them down from what it is they want to pursue and in this podcast, you will find out many of the ways that they have succeeded In life. We invite you to join our Patreon community by going to www.patreon.com/dbtd The DBTD team thanks ev ...
 
This is a mental health therapy and skills development podcast designed to help listeners improve their ability to regulate emotion, reduce problem behaviors and learn new, skillful behaviors. This is all based on the Dialectical Behavior Therapy treatment model! Prepare for zigging and zagging, simply because life will do that, and we can choose how to respond - wisely!
 
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Shannon and A.J. are joined by Jessica Ducan former classmate of Shannon's reunites to talk about a bit of their high school history as well as Jessica's work now as curator of Fun 4 Tally Kids, a website that collects activities events, and family-related information for things to do around the Tallahassee Fl area for more information go to www.fu…
 
in this episode, AJ sits down with award-winning photographer and speaker Jaleel King and talks about how he got started in photography and how other people with disabilities could find creative outlets through picking up a camera among other topics. Find out more about Jaleel at his website www.jaleelking.com…
 
in this episode, we sit down with the head of Green Mountain Support Services to talk about the upcoming Cerebral Palsy Conference taking place October 1-2. Join us for this informative conversation and you can find more information about the 6th annual Cerebral Palsy Conference by going to www.cerebralpalsyconference.org you can also check out the…
 
Over the years of producing our show we have often been asked the same question "what Don't Burn The Day means to us" we hope to answer this and also touch on what it's like to be a social media influencer with a disability. In this episode we talk about a book event that happened this evening that you can go to our youtube channel DBTD youtube cha…
 
Kate and Michelle will be taking a break from podcasting for a few months, but don't worry - it's for a good reason as Michelle transitions to motherhood :) Listen to the announcement for more details! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/dbtandme)Michelle Henderson and Kate Sherman
 
Kate and Michelle answer listener questions related to challenging behaviors with teenage children, abandonment issues, coping with anger, and setting boundaries with friendships. TRIGGER WARNING: Material that may be triggering is discussed from 10:45-11:17. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/dbtandme)…
 
Kate and Michelle discuss the four top challenges they hear from listeners/clients when it comes to parenting. For each of the challenges, they talk about applicable DBT skills that can help. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/dbtandme)Michelle Henderson and Kate Sherman
 
Whitney Bailey is on a mission to educate society while advocating for the needs of the disabled community and motivating others to maximize their potential. She is the host of the podcast, Spastic Chatter which features stories from those in the cerebral palsy community. Whitney has a bachelor's degree in Rehabilitation Services and a master's deg…
 
Kate and Michelle answer listener questions about receiving criticism from a boss, the quality of online vs. in-person DBT programs, mental health impacting the ability to continue with an academic program, and feeling alone in multiple life relationships. TRIGGER WARNING: Please note that material that may be triggering is discussed from 12:30-12:…
 
We had the chance to sit down and speak with an advocate and new author of the book "Queens to Queens How the Madison Drag Community Saved My Life" Jaimie Sherling. We also spoke about the many projects she is involved with as an advocate and also her growing popularity on Instagram thanks to her Formal Friday's post that she has done for 69 consec…
 
DBTD had the chance to sit down with content creator Emily Bottinick from the Youtube channel, Emily's Life On Wheels, to talk about some of her experiences as a content creator and much more. If you want to find out more about Emily here are her links Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/emily.bottinick Instagram: emilyslifeonwheels YouTube: https:/…
 
Kate and Michelle answer listener questions about forming attachments with older female figures, negative self-talk, being in a relationship when you are diagnosed with BPD and coping when your skills group ends. TRIGGER WARNING: Material that may be triggering is discussed from 3:19-3:24. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/dbtandme)…
 
in this episode the DBTD team celebrates the 31st anniversary of the ADA while discussing ways that it can be improved. we also discuss our opinions on why it is so important for the restoration of social security act to be put into law to help many of us who are on SSI. https://grijalva.house.gov/sites/grijalva.house.gov/files/documents/SSI%20Rest…
 
When all else fails, use skills~ this episode centers around the final secondary dialectic taught in DBT. Have you ever wanted someone else to solve your problems? Or have you been unable to let others know you don't know what the heck you're doing? This one is for you! Emotion Regulation techniques discussed as well.…
 
Many people who eventually arrive at DBT have experienced some kind of trauma in their lives and may meet criteria for a diagnosis of PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). Though DBT was not designed to treat trauma, in this monthly episode, Kate and Michelle talk about the criteria for PTSD and what DBT skills they believe may best help. TRIGGER …
 
The DBTD team wanted to share our thoughts on the proposed bill that would give more people on social security a raise in their benefits along with other perks that aren't allowed now this biss would help many people be more productive in their communities so if you have a person in your life who is on disability please push for this bill to be pas…
 
It's been said that young people can change the world or the world around them well this is exactly what a 15 year old Louis Braille did when he made the braille system that would change the world for many visually impaired people around the world. This is his story.AJ Martens
 
Mark and Mike travel back in time to watch the 1991 sequel, Terminator 2: Judgement Day. They discuss big-budget movies, Arnold's face turn, and if this is the greatest sequel of all timeDBTG: A Guide To Sequels and Remakes
 
When you think of the word inclusion themeparks aren't first to come to mind but this isn't the case in San Antonio, TX as they have the first ultra accessible themepark Morgan's Wonderland. Don't Burn The Day was able to speak with Nikki Young the edutainment director for Morgan's Wonderland. We spoke about everything that is happening. What it's …
 
Kate and Michelle answer listener questions related to feeling "numb", attention-seeking behavior, practicing mindfulness when watching videos/Netflix, and finding a therapist who specializes in both BPD and pregnancy loss. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/dbtandme)Michelle Henderson and Kate Sherman
 
In episode 2 of our Pioneers of the ADA series, DBTD looks at the contributions of Ed Roberts, who many would say is the father of the independent living movement. Ed would be instrumental in opening the door for people with disabilities to attend UCLA at Berkley among many different accolades which we will cover in this episode. We hope you enjoy …
 
Kate and Michelle answer listener questions related to self-confidence and anger struggles, restrictive eating, coping with "spinning out", and experiencing apathy when in recovery. TRIGGER WARNING: Please note that material that may be triggering is discussed from 24:43-25:28 and from 33:30-34:34. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/dbtandme…
 
Every July the disability community celebrates the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Don't Burn The Day will take this month as an opportunity to profile many of the men and women that helped to open the door for many of us. We are starting the series by looking at the life of Mr Justin Dart Jr and his take no for an answer a…
 
Kate and Michelle discuss the intersection of "doing mind" and "being mind" as a path to finding wise mind. They also share different strategies to try that may help with finding wise mind in this way. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/dbtandme)Michelle Henderson and Kate Sherman
 
in this episode of DBTD we are joined by Alex Herold the founder and ceo of www.pattiandricky.com the largest adaptive fashion marketplace on the internet. In our discussion we disciss the foundation of PattiandRicky.com and also where Alex sees the industry going in the future and we were able to partner together to give our listeners 10% off anyt…
 
Mark and Mike find their inner adventurers and watch the 2013 remake, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. They discuss the song and dance men of yesteryear, Ben Stiller the director, and Sean Penn cameos.DBTG: A Guide To Sequels and Remakes
 
in this teo part interview Kat Jones opens up about her work as an artist and a musician and an activist this is a very insighful episode but it is not for children there are many different things you will be able to take away from this episode on topics like mental health and not being afraid to be yourself. www.katjonesmusic.com…
 
Kate and Michelle answer listener questions related to how autoimmune disorders relate to mental health, feeling stuck living with unsupportive family members, whether an inpatient 60-day DBT program will be enough to change, and radical acceptance related to ADHD. TRIGGER WARNING: Material that may be triggering is discussed from 23:25-24:00, 34:0…
 
the team discusses the video that went viral over the past few weeks about the wheelchair that was damaged by Delta airlines we discuss the ways that the travel industry can better serve their disabled passengers note Our apologies for the name mix up. Bree was the friend and Gabrielle was the lady that it https://www.newsweek.com/woman-claims-delt…
 
My cohost Shannon along with the other team members of the DBTD team put together a birthday celebration for me and we thought you would enjoy some bonus content featuring the music of Kat Jones who will be our guest on June 7th you can find more information about her by going to www.katjonesmusic.com once again I would like to thank the DBTD team …
 
The team from Friendly Shoes join us to discuss their new lines in adaptive footwear for everyone Joeseph and Ryan will take us through the journey of the conception of Friendly and where they are headed in the future www.friendlyshoes.com we also unveil our new Dont Burn The Day website which is www.dbtdmedia.com…
 
While learning and having an intellectual knowledge of DBT skills is great, it can be a struggle to actually use them in daily life when you need them. Kate and Michelle talk about strategies to help with over-doing DBT, struggling to remember/feel motivated to use skills, and feeling too busy. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/dbtandme)…
 
the team behind Don't Burn The Day compiled our most asked questions and we took little while to answer just a few of them we hope you enjoy this episode of the show if you have any questions you can send them to dontburntheday2021@gmail.com or message them to us via our facebook page www.facebook/dbtdpod…
 
joining Don't Burn The Day is Krystal Monteros in this episode we will discuss the topics of mental health and domestic violence within the disability community this isn't a subject for young kids the national center for domestic violence can be reached at 18007997233 check out the links below Disability & Domestic Abuse information and resources f…
 
Kate and Michelle answer listener questions related to anxiety about job interviews, recognizing and communicating about underlying issues, losing a "favorite person" and how to handle it when someone blames you for their emotional experience. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/dbtandme)Michelle Henderson and Kate Sherman
 
KC joins DBTD for a very honest discussion about both growing up as a sibling of a older brother with a disability and then becoming his caregiver. Shannon and AJ and KC have an array of topics surrounding the home healthcare industry and why the best thing for AJ is having KC as his full time aide. We hope you get some insight into what its like t…
 
Tonight the duo is back and we A.J. and Shannon are getting real about a topic that is close to both of us so Aging with C.P. you will hear our genuine thoughts and feelings on the subject and maybe even gain some insight into what we deal with on the daily so grab an afternoon snack settle into a comfy space and enjoy the conversation. Oh and don'…
 
in this episode we will discuss the opportunity that the film makers of the Netflix documentary Crip Camp had in being up for an Oscar Award. We share our opinions on the film and the fact that the community did not choose the film and we also discuss the history behind the film as well as Don't Burn The Day has coming up in future episodes for mor…
 
Mark and Mike cowabunga and watch the 1991 sequel, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret of the Ooze. They discuss successful independent movies, hip hop music, and puppetsDBTG: A Guide To Sequels and Remakes
 
As the world starts to slowly but surely re-open after COVID, Kate and Michelle re-visit how DBT skills can help as we navigate this changing reality. They review DBT skills related to socializing again, going out in public more, navigating boundaries, and determining what changes from COVID may be permanent in your life. Support the show (https://…
 
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