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Outlines the principles of REBT and other selfhelp
techniques to help your improve your life.
Plan of action to help you change for the better.
“How to Develop Self-Confidence and a Positive Self-Image Permanently and Forever”is an interactive audio program that provides individuals with a way to develop self-confidence by identifying and challenging self-defeating beliefs and attitudes. Dr. Michael Broder explains how negative beliefs and attitudes contribute to low self-confidence and challenges listeners to aim toward total self-acceptance as a way to develop a positive self-image.
Audioprogram helps you achieve a well-balanced
and self-actualized life.
Increase the degree to which your life is in your own hands and the product of your own choices by capitalizing on the great skills you already have plus incorporating Dr. Broder’s strategies. He will lead you through several helpful, practical, and specific exercises to assist you in identifying major life changes you wish to make, what steps you will need to take to achieve the changes, what obstacles may get in your way, potential risks, and realistic goals.
Dr. Albert Ellis clearly explains how not to disturb yourself about influences of the past and how you can learn to be a happier person. Using Rational Emotive Behavior techniques, he describes a number of ways to challenge your “shoulds” and “musts” to help you to reach your goals in life
Helps you overcome any mental blocks you might have to your creative growth.
Straightforward lessons in how to heal from past hurts and move on.
Summarizes the ABCs of emotional disturbance and the REBT system of problem-solving.
An excellent way to learn about the theory and practice of RET straight from its founder, this CD contains a lecture by Dr. Ellis in 1962 which articulately outlines the essentials of RET, while teaching therapists how to apply it in practice. Dr. Ellis describes how he developed his theory of RET after his own lack of success in using Freudian psychoanalysis.