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Clear, step-by-step form helps you to identify the “ABCs” and dispute your irrational beliefs. Each form is printed on sturdy, letter-sized paper, with a form on both sides.
Demonstrates hypnotic techniques to help you
control smoking, overeating, depression, and anxiety.
“The Single Life: How to Make It Work for You” explores all aspects of the single life and how to make it work for the listener regardless of whether being single is temporary or permanent. The CD allows numerous opportunities for the listener to apply material and brief exercises to their own life. Dr. Broder explores the advantages of being single (freedom and choice), disadvantages (feelings of loneliness and isolation), “single phobia,” and the fears that many have of being single that keep them in bad relationships. A goal of the CD is to help the listener change their unhealthy beliefs about being single, and cherish and love their own company. In addition, Dr. Broder asks the listener to take notes and write down the exercises to create a “custom-made survival guide.”
Summarizes the ABCs of emotional disturbance and the REBT system of problem-solving.
This Spanish translation of the engaging, illustrated REBT book, SOS Help For Emotions, is for managing unpleasant thoughts and feelings. For adults.
SOS Help for Parents is a great resource for parents to teach proper techniques for managing behavior, aimed at enhancing the good conduct and reduce misbehavior in their children. Dr. Clark teaches parents how to effectively reward the behavior of their children and how to use mild punishment, penalties and consequences. The book focuses heavily on how to effectively use the time off - from choosing a boring place to explain to children what is outside time, and as talk with the child after he has received time off.
Engaging, illustrated book teaches REBT methods
for managing unpleasant thoughts and feelings.
Clearly written and engagingly illustrated guide helps parents communicate better and improve their children’s behavior.
The Supervisory Practicum is only open to Fellows and Associate Fellows of the Institute. A written request to participate must be received at least 3 months in
advance of the practicum. Requests should be addressed to Dr. Kristene Doyle at the Albert Ellis Institute, or e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
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