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FAST DBT worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with a FAST DBT worksheet. It will help you maintain healthy boundaries by being assertive.
What is the FAST DBT worksheet?
In DBT, interpersonal skills have various different techniques in it, here we are going to discuss FAST, which is about self-respect. This will help you to work on your interpersonal skills, self-respect, and positive relationships. You will be able to define your boundaries. It will make you resilient enough to withstand any interpersonal conflicts. It will help you to maintain healthy boundaries without being aggressive.
How will the FAST DBT worksheet help?
This model will teach you to be assertive rather than being aggressive. It will help you learn to attend to relationships, Balance priorities versus demands, Balance, and the 'wants' and 'shoulds.' Acronym of FAST for self-respect effectiveness. FAST stands for
- Sticking to Your Values,
Instructions on how to use the FAST DBT worksheet
Use this worksheet as a skill training manual and practically start applying it while communicating with each other.
On this page, we provided you with a FAST DBT worksheet, which hopefully helped you maintain healthy boundaries by being assertive.
If you have any questions or comments, please let us know.
Other worksheets you maybe interested in
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DBT Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills: FAST Worksheet
DBT THERAPY WORKSHEETS:Version 2
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You should always seek help from a mental health professional or medical professional. We are not providing any advice or recommendations here.
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