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“Unconditionally Accepting Yourself and Others” explains in detail what unconditional self-acceptance is compared to self-esteem. The listener learns that self-acceptance is about being alive, staying alive, being happy, and accepting the unavoidable frustrations of the world that we all have to deal with.
This CD presents a talk about anger given by Dr. Raymond DiGiuseppe, a renowned anger researcher. Dr. DiGiuseppe explains the lack of research regarding anger and anger disorders in the psychology literature. Common myths of anger such as the need to “let it out” are addressed and challenged through citation of current research studies. Utilizing REBT theory, typical irrational beliefs associated with anger such as demandingness, global ratings of others, and low frustration tolerance are identified and explained. In addition, reasons for giving up anger are discussed as Dr. DiGiuseppe highlights how short-term benefits from anger result in social traps that lead to long-term negative consequences.
This handbook is designed as a practical tool for therapists working with children and adolescents. Dr. Vernon begins by reviewing special considerations practitioners should contemplate when working with youth populations, including developmental considerations and strategies for establishing a therapeutic relationship. The interventions are based on the principles of REBT, which are carefully and concisely described. She offers suggestions for typical development issues as well as problems such as anger, anxiety, depression, acting out, and underachievement (among others). The handbook includes specific activities including songs, games, worksheets, stories, and role-plays as well as case examples to help illustrate the techniques. Information on working with parents and teachers to help youth populations is also discussed.
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