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Rational Stories for Children is a great resource for both parents and children interested in applying the principles of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy to emotional problems. The book is compiled of creative short stories written for children to teach them how to build frustration tolerance, deal with fears and anger, and to accept oneself. In addition to the short stories, Rational Stories for Children contains an accompanying parent section that corresponds to each short story.
This book reveals how the principles of rational living identified by Albert Ellis, one of the world’s most influential and popular psychologists, can be used by anyone to achieve lifelong happiness.
Practical guide to using REBT in workplace settings to increase both personal and corporate success.
This in-depth and comprehensive workbook is a practical guide to overcoming unhealthy negative emotions by developing a specific skill set used in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). Some of the skills include developing a problem list and setting goals, questioning beliefs, dealing with objections, and ultimately taking action to reduce unnecessary emotional difficulties.
“The REBT Pocket Companion for Clients” contains 240 simple and short tips to remind clients of the basic principles of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). Dr. Dryden’s tips revolve around rational and irrational beliefs; goals; and unconditional acceptance of the self, others, and world. The book is designed to be a self-help supplement to assist clients who are engaged in REBT therapy.
Invaluable resource for professionals contains handouts and self-help articles for clients, and practical techniques to
enrich your practice.
Daily reminders of the most important principles of REBT for both therapists and their clients.
The REBT Therapist’s Pocket Companion for Working with Children and Adolescents is a great resource for practitioners working with children, adolescents or families. It provides concise tips about the application of REBT to this type of clientele, building the therapeutic relationship, assessment, treatment, and evaluation. In addition, it provides information on how to apply the theory of REBT to working with parents. Additional resources for parents, practitioners, and teachers interested in obtaining additional information are provided.
“Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy: A Therapist’s Guide” is an excellent resource that discusses the theory of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), practice and procedures of REBT, case examples, and behavioral exercises. The ABC theory of disturbance and irrational beliefs are reviewed. The book guides the therapist in REBT assessment of clients, types of disputations, emotive/experiential techniques (i.e., rational emotive imagery, role playing), and behavioral techniques (i.e., reinforcements, shame attacking exercises, paradoxical homework).
Albert Ellis tells the true and inspiring story of how REBT helped him overcome his own mental and physical challenges.
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