A New Guide To Rational Living

Author: Albert Ellis
Publisher: Prentice Hall
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Two psychotherapists relate the nature and success of their rational-emotive approach to solving mental and emotional problems and present actual case histories

Coaching For Rational Living

Author: Michael E. Bernard
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319740679
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This eminently useful guide presents an up-to-date framework for Rational-Emotive Cognitive-Behavioral Coaching (RE-CBC), from basic concepts, techniques, and applications to evidence of how and why this versatile method works. It details how RE-CBC synthesizes the rational thinking, cognitive disputing, and semantic training traditions of RE and CB therapies into coaching strategies for solving problems or furthering personal development. The book’s sections on process and techniques demonstrate the flexibility of the method as used in a variety of settings toward a gamut of purposes, illustrating Albert Ellis’ central goal of long-term happiness through rational living. And specialized chapters offer applications of RE-CBC to familiar coaching domains (life, health, family, motivation) as well as to the complex worlds of business and organizations. Included in the coverage: · Coaching for rational living: rational-emotive, cognitive-behavioral perspectives. · Psychological blockers to successful coaching outcomes. · Enhancing positive psychology coaching practice. · Assessment, case formulation, and intervention models. · A step-based framework for coaching practice. · Plus: applications of Rational-Emotive Cognitive-Behavioral Coaching, including motivational, parent/family, workplace stress management, organizational change, school success, and sports performance. Coaching for Rational Living is a robust practice-building resource for coaches, psychologists, counselors, and health professionals, particularly mental health practitioners who use rational-emotive and cognitive-behavioral therapy and coaching.

Comprehensive Handbook Of Cognitive Therapy

Author: Hal Arkowitz
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1475797796
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This Handbook covers all the many aspects of cognitive therapy both in its practical application in a clinical setting and in its theoretical aspects. Since the first applications of cognitive therapy over twenty years ago, the field has expanded enormously. This book provides a welcome and readable overview of these advances.

Sex From Plato To Paglia A L

Author: Alan Soble
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313334245
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More than 150 alphabetically arranged entries on topics, thinkers, religions, movements, and concepts locate sexuality in its humanistic and social contexts.

Using Rational Emotive Therapy Effectively

Author: Michael E. Bernard
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780306437557
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The initial conceptualization of this book was much more narrow than the final product that has emerged. I started out believing that it would be enlightening to have a group of acknowledged rational-emotive therapy (RET) expert practitioners with well-established literary credentials write about how they approach the problem of modifying dient irrationality. Many RET practitioners of all levels of experience are, on the one hand, enamored of the economy, the precision, and the accuracy of psychological insight that RET theory offers, but they are, on the other hand, equally frustrated by their own inability to "persuade" or otherwise change some of the dients they work with more quickly or even at all. Indeed, dients themselves frequently express the view that RET is illuminating, yet they find themselves at the same time puzzled and perplexed by their inability to make the substantial changes that RET invites. It became dearer as I discussed the project with many of the contrib utors that to practice RET effectively requires more than just innovative and persistent assessment and intervention techniques. For example, Rus sell Grieger expressed the view that more prerequisite work needs to be done on the value and philosophical systems of dients-induding person al responsibility and the philosophy of happiness-before many dients can show significant shifts in their thinking. Susan Walen raised the gener al issues of how effective RET can be in the treatment of biologically driven affective disorders.

Favorite Counseling And Therapy Homework Assignments

Author: Albert Ellis
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9781583910658
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Howard Rosenthal takes the reader into the offices of 56 of the finest therapists in the world to learn their favorite counseling and therapy homework assignments. The text literally reads like a Who's Who in therapy, packing in more famous therapists than any book of its kind. This lively, innovative book promises to become a classic in the field of helping and is the perfect sequel to Dr. Rosenthal's bestselling Favorite Counseling and Therapy Techniques.

The Albert Ellis Reader

Author: Albert Ellis
Publisher: Citadel Press
ISBN: 9780806520322
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A collection of 30 of the most popular and controversial articles by Albert Ellis, founder of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy. Each piece is updated by Dr. Ellis especially for this volume. Topics include sex, love, marriage, anger, rational living, and more.