Dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT) is a comprehensive cognitive behavioural therapy. It aims to treat people who see little or no improvement with other therapeutic models. This treatment focuses on problem-solving and acceptance strategies. It works within the framework of dialectical methods. The concept of dialectic refers to processes that bring together opposing concepts such as change and acceptance. Baha`s doctrine advocates a form of dialectical science and religion. A dialectical relationship of harmony between religion and science is presented, in which science and religion are described as complementary, interdependent and indispensable systems of knowledge.  Baha`s Scripture affirms that true science and true religion can never conflict. Abdu`l-Bada, the son of the founder of religion, said that religion without science is superstition and science without religion, materialism.
He also warned that true religion must be consistent with the conclusions of science.    As a modern, globalist religion, the Baha`i faith defies a simple categorization in a Western, Eastern, Northern, Southern or any other philosophical form. Nevertheless, the dialectical approach faithful to the principles of harmony between science and religion is no different from the implementation of dialectical naturalism by social ecology, in order to moderate with scientific discernment the extremes of unserificably confirmed idealisms. Most patients, especially patients with BPD, follow a history of trauma.9 Although trauma and post-traumatic symptoms due to the priority of suicidal behaviour may remain imacated at first, it is important that the therapist responds to the history of trauma when the patient appears ready. The emphasis is on the memory of abuse (for example.B. validation of memories, recognition of abuse-related emotions), reduction of self-harm and stigma, cessation of denial and intrusive ideas about abuse (e.g.B. exposure techniques) and reduction of polarization or dialectical view of the self and the author.9 In Marxism , the dialectical method of historical study has been linked to historical materialism. , the school of thought, illustrated by the works of Marxism. Engels and Vladimir Lenin. In the USSR, under Joseph Stalin, the Marxist dialectic became “diamate” (short for dialectical materialism), a theory that emphasizes the primacy of the material way of life; social “practice” on all forms of social consciousness; and secondary character and depending on the “ideal.”