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“Action Jack Extracts the Core of REBT,” is a recording of Dr. Ellis speaking on a radio show with host Jack McClendon, a.k.a., Action Jack. Dr. Ellis begins by explaining how he came up with the core concepts of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). He explains how REBT evolved from a combination of theories of desensitization plus philosophical elements.
A close look at his theory and views on terrorism post 9/11/01 is a taping of an interview with Albert Ellis and John White. The CD begins with several questions about Ellis’s early childhood, educational career, and the theory and development of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy. Listeners will hear a live taping of a Friday night workshop where Ellis helps an audience member with their fear of death and will hear Ellis’s views on terrorism and tolerance.
The Albert Ellis Bibliography: Celebrating 50 years of REBT is an extensive compilation of Albert Ellis’s published works. Created by Lenor Lega Ph.D. and Marilyn Pereira, the compact disc contains his publications from a variety of media, some of which include journal and magazine articles, recorded lectures, critiques, and books from the years 1945 to 2005. The CD is user-friendly and highly accessible. References are listed in both alphabetical and chronological order.
Anger is a basic emotion that is experienced by everyone. Both the experience and expression of anger, however, have been linked to health, interpersonal, professional, and sometimes legal problems. The detrimental effects of anger have been known for a long time. Therefore, it is no surprise that anger is a common force that leads people to seek professional help. This book provides an overview of anger in a clinical context, from conceptualization to treatment approaches.
Fascinating letters between Dr. Ellis and Dr. Reiss cover controversial sexual issues of the 1950s and ‘60s.
“Coming to Terms with Your Parents” teaches the listener how to develop a relationship with their parents as an adult. Dr. DiGiuseppe first addresses the common problems with the parent-child relationship from the perspective of language. Parents always refer to their children, even an adult offspring, as children.
Interactive CD Rom, the Spanish edition of “Managing Your Emotions,” shows the ABC model of behavior management.
The strongest emotional reactions, positive and negative, you will have in your life will probably be around your children. Learn how to better respond, via REBT techniques, to raise your children more effectively and positively affect their emotional development. Dr. DiGiuseppe identifies stressors parents experience and specific irrational beliefs parents hold, and teaches how to challenge and replace them with healthier thoughts in order to assist you in feeling less disturbed.
Revolutionary new book presents a healthy eating plan (of common, everyday foods) to help men and women of all ages enjoy sexual fulfillment.
“How to Achieve a Healthy vs. Addictive Relationship” explains the difference between enjoying love and relationships compared to the extreme need and drive to have a relationship. Dr. Exner asks listeners to examine their own relationships for jealousy and self-sacrificing behaviors and to identify desperation demands (“I must be loved and they must love me.”).
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