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Shows you how to enjoy yourself responsibly so your pleasures can be more long-lasting.
This book is a companion manual to the author’s best-selling, What Works When with Children and Adolescents. This second volume provides additional creative counseling strategies, expanded coverage of developmental applications, and over 80 entirely new interventions. The book addresses both internalizing and externalizing disorders, such as anxiety, depression, stress, grief, low frustration tolerance, anger, bullying, and acting out. It also covers self-defeating behaviors such as self-injury, eating disorders, substance abuse, and suicidal behavior. The interventions teach behavioral and emotional self-control by helping young people understand the connection between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Activities include games, imagery, art and music activities, bibliotherapy, experiential activities, behavioral rehearsal, and more. An accompanying CD provides reproducible forms, worksheets, and student handouts.
If you are interested in really exploring your anger then this CD is for you. Based on REBT, it provides an atmosphere for the exploration of anger and the cognitions which underlie ineffective anger. This CD is targeted for those who want to stop the cycle of irrational anger and for couples who are seeking to ways to appropriately deal with anger within their relationship.
How to relieve depression and cope with feelings of rejection, guilt, and self-blame.
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
“Overcoming Jealousy and Possessiveness” applies a Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) approach to dealing with jealousy (a learned emotion) and possessiveness. Hauck identifies the six strong characteristics of jealous and possessive people (inferiority complex, the master-slave mentality, self-defeating behavior, difficulty in accepting responsibility, selfishness and immaturity, and fearfulness), and how an individual can take matters into their own hands to correct their jealousy by addressing and disputing their irrational beliefs. Some examples of irrational thoughts of jealous individuals addressed are “I’m no good unless someone loves me,” “You belong to me, so do as I command,” “I must have what I want,” and “I’ll never fall in love again.”
“Overcoming Resistance: A Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy Integrated Approach” examines the underlying causes of resistance to psychotherapy and provides methods for overcoming it. This book written for professionals explains the common forms of resistance (for example, extreme low frustration tolerance, fear of shame, feelings of hopelessness, pessimism, perfectionism, and hidden agendas), and how to combat them with Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT).
This interactive and user-friendly CD is designed to help you learn how to pinpoint the nature of your anxiety and to control it, rather than have it control you. In this program, Dr. Broder explains exactly what anxiety is, how to identify and address your own unique anxiety triggers, as well as the underlying root causes of anxiety. He then guides the listener through a series of exercises and strategies that often help individuals quickly and permanently overcome anxiety.
The REBT Pocket Companion for Clients contains 240 tips to remind clients of the basic aspectsof REBT, to help them assess their problems and find the best way of tackling these problems. “Each of the tips is fairly short to help you take a moment during your busy day to think about your therapy and how you can best apply REBT”.
This fundamental guide provides case examples of the techniques for applying REBT in individual, group, and family therapy settings.
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