* What three behaviors perpetuate emotion dysregulation? * Why are some people are better at regulating their emotions than others? * How judgment in a toxic relationship with psychological pain * Self-soothing and distraction strategies for tolerating distress * Tips to reduce emotional vulnerability * How to make assertiveness scripts and limit setting work for you
About Dr. McKay:
Matthew McKay, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA and co-director of the Bay Area Trauma Recovery Clinic with Robyn Walser. He also co-founded Haight Ashbury Psychological Services, a low-fee community clinic, in San Francisco, CA and is the publisher and co-founder of New Harbinger Publications. Dr. McKay specializes in cognitive-behavioral approaches to treating anxiety and depression and co-developed numerous ACT-based protocols, including ACT for interpersonal disorders, ACT for couples, ACT for anger problems, and ACT for spiritual growth.
Dr. McKay is also an accomplished writer, having authored and co-authored several books including “The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook,” “The New Happiness: Practices for Spiritual Growth and Living with Intention,” “The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook,” “Self-Esteem, Thoughts and Feelings,” “When Anger Hurts,” and “ACT on Life Not on Anger.” Dr. McKay received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology.
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