Dialectical behavioral therapy Dialectical behavioral LaTerapia ‘(TDC) is a psychosocial treatment developed by Marsha M. Linehan specifically to treat people with borderline disorder, is also used for patients with other diagnoses. The treatment itself is based largely in behaviorist theory with some elements of cognitive therapy. Unlike cognitive therapyincorporates the practice of the fullness of consciousness as a central component of therapy. There are two essential parts in the treatment without the help of which the therapy is considered not “adheres to the TDC”: 1. Individual therapy where the therapist and client to be discussed during the week will be recorded in the diary sheets and following a treatment based on the hierarchy of mismas.El treatment and suicidal self-injurious behavior is a priority, followed by those that interfere with therapy. After issues are concerned about the quality of life and ultimately work towards improving their lives in general.During individual therapy, the therapist and client work to improve the use of skills. Usually each group are discussed and skills on the obstacles to perform competently. 2.A group therapy, which normally meets once a week for 2 hours or 2 , in which clients learn to use specific skills that are divided into 4 modules: A core based on the practice of “fullness of consciousness” emotional regulation skills, interpersonal effectiveness skills and ability to tolerate anxiety.