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“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).
It is all too common for individuals to experience a feeling of inferiority. Oftentimes, people refer to this as “low self-esteem.” Feelings of low-self esteem ultimately lead people to experience unhealthy negative emotions (e.g., depression, anxiety, etc.). In this brief and easy to read book, the renowned author Paul A. Hauck reviews how individuals develop feelings of inferiority, and how striving for higher “self-esteem” frequently results in diminished psychological health, rather than positive feelings about the self.
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.
“A Primer on Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy” is a straightforward guide that illustrates and explains the core components of the practice of REBT. Expert REBT practitioners briefly outline Dr. Ellis’ theory of emotional disturbance and then demonstrate how this theory is utilized in working with clients. Specific components of REBT are outlined in a clear and concise fashion. From identifying and defining a problem to assigning homework assignments, this guide takes the reader through a complete REBT session in a step-by-step format.
Concise, illustrated booklet outlines the ABCs of emotional disturbance and shows you how to dispute your irrational beliefs.
In this interactive workshop, participants will have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of REBT’s theory of emotional and behavioral disturbance. Techniques for identifying and restructuring irrational beliefs will be taught, as well as generating homework assignments to reinforce session content. Strategies for motivating clients to agree on the goals and tasks of therapy will also be discussed. A live demonstration with a volunteer will bring the theory and its applications to light.
This book carefully describes the history of the theory and practice of REBT with children and adolescents, which dates back to the late 1950’s. A detailed explanation of the differences in the application of REBT with children versus adults is included as well as a thorough description of the use of rational-emotive behavioral approaches with parents and teachers.
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