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  • Writer's pictureRae Sabine

The Neurodivergent Friendly Workbook to Mastering DBT Skills


The book was quite disappointing to me. Firstly, I don’t think it can be classified as a Workbook. Typically, workbooks provide space for writing and reflecting, often accompanied by prompts, questions, or graphic organisers. However, this book completely lacks these features.

Secondly, the book frequently changes its tone, sometimes addressing the reader directly and other times offering advice for therapists or individuals supporting Neurodivergent individuals. This inconsistency can be confusing and disrupts the flow of the content.

Lastly, throughout the book, the author demonstrates a lack of understanding of basic terminology. Additionally, the author insists on emphasising the importance of eye contact, despite it being widely known that not all individuals (especially neurodivergent ones) find comfort in maintaining eye contact.

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