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The Associate Fellowship Certificate Program is the highest level of external training after the Advanced Certificate. Practitioners will deepen their skills through individual supervision of their psychotherapy practice and participation in advanced seminars.
Special Topics Seminars include Child and Family Therapy; RE & CBT with Personality Disorders; Treatment of Eating Disorders and Managing Addictions.
Fascinating letters between Dr. Ellis and Dr. Reiss cover controversial sexual issues of the 1950s and ‘60s.
Associate Fellow (mental health professionals who have completed the Institute’s Associate Fellowship program).............$200.00
Fellow (mental health professionals who have completed the Institute’s Fellowship Program)..............$200.00
Retired Associate (Fellows and Associate Fellows who are no longer practicing but wish to continue to receive all the Membership benefits noted above (without being on the referral list)......….......$90.00
Family Affiliates (two Professional Associates from the same family and address: 1st member pays full fee ($200), 2nd member pays Family Affiliates fee ($50) - One Journal per address………….$250.00
**Lifetime Membership (35% discount, Journal and a free Professional one day Workshop every year)…………$2000.00
Professional Affiliates (mental health professionals who have completed primary and/or advanced practica, also includes one year subscription to REBT Journal)…..........$150.00
Journal of Rational-Emotive and Cognitive Behavior Therapy
Editor: Raymond DiGiuseppe, Ph.D., Kristene Doyle, Ph.D. & Daniel David, Ph.D.
Published quarterly, The Journal of Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy is an original sourcebook of data and theory contributed by cognitive behavior professionals from a range of specializations. The Journal contains information and research not available in any other volume on cognitive behavior therapy.
Outlines the principles of REBT and other selfhelp
techniques to help your improve your life.
Presently, there are 147 different types of Psychotherapy. All of which claim to be effective in helping clients change. Ellis designed REBT as and integrative theory of psychotherapy that drew on affective, emotive, and behavioral interventions. Integration of different perspectives has been a critical part of this treatment. This workshop will present some of the major controversies and theories in psychotherapy and review their implications for treatment in an attempt to build an integrative science of psychotherapy. Based on the different models and the empirical research an outline of an integrative working model of decision-making will be presented to help determine when to use the different approaches to therapy, and specify when each might be helpful, or even when each model is the preferred means of treatment. The workshop will explore the use of the common factors of psychotherapy, when insight is needed, how psychological assessment can be therapeutic, when it is advisable to concentrate on emotions, when transference and countertransference arise and can be helpful, when cognitive and behavioral interventions are the preferred treatments.
In the short run, it could seem easier to stay in a bad relationship than to face the pain of separation. On the other hand, individuals often leave potentially good relationships that could most likely be saved and thrive in the long run, rather than face painful, yet short-term, relationship issues.
This book addresses the problems that couples experience through the life cycle. Each chapter includes an up-to-date review of the literature pertinent to the topic, with a focus on practical interventions which are generally based upon, but not limited to, cognitive and rational emotive behavioral principles. Case studies or vignettes further illustrate application of principles. Worksheets, checklists, or other resources that would be useful in working with couples are also included where relevant. This book presents interventions based upon research, theory, and most of all on practice. And is relevant to marriage and family therapists, mental health counselors, psychologists and psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, family law experts, social workers and relationship coaches. In addition, it can serve as a text book for students in marriage and family therapy.
“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.
Learn how to overcome your low frustration tolerance when you feel the world is not the way it “should” be.
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