Seven affect regulation skills (ART Skills) are taught during the training program. These individual skills are linked together to form the ART Sequence, which is a highly structured, self-management strategy that can be used to regulate affective states. The ART Skills and the ART Sequence must be practiced to serve as regulation tools. The participants are given several practice methods including a participant manual, written exercises, audio exercises, as well as short exercises that can be delivered to the participants via text message or email or incorporated into a paper training calendar.