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She also will discuss the impact of relational trauma and ensuing emotional dysregulation often perpetuated within the family system.
The treatment I finally received was dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) - developed for people with emotional dysregulation and harmful ways of coping.
Because of their emotional dysregulation, these adolescents were naturally resistant and reacted as severely dysfunctional.
A series of crises, difficulty managing life stressors, a unique predisposition to impulse and emotional dysregulation, and traumatic and abusive histories all powerfully influence the tendency toward self-harming behaviors.
Emotional dysregulation is viewed as a joint outcome of biological disposition, environmental context, and the transaction between the two during development.
The understanding of conscious and unconscious fears being charged and activating the mode system explains the level of emotional dysregulation and impulse control of the typology of youngsters that we treat.
In addition, these youth show a pattern of emotional dysregulation that includes somatization, depressive symptoms, sleep disorder symptoms, and personality disorders (Dodge et al.
The psychodynamic-oriented emotional dysregulation theory holds that self-injury is the result of anger turned inward on the self (Feldman, 1988) and that the self-injury results in emotional catharsis (Crowe & Bunclark, 2000).