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Open to psychologists, counselors, social workers, physicians, nurses, and graduate students. Minimum qualification for certificate candidacy is a master’s degree in psychology or counseling, M.S.W., M.D., or R.N. Other helping professionals (e.g., alcoholism counselors) may be eligible to participate in the full Practicum but will receive a Paraprofessional Certificate. Proof of degree or license must accompany registration form.
Professionals will further their knowledge of rational-emotive and cognitive behavior therapy, as well as up-to-date research and clinical applications, and will receive individual supervision in small groups with a certified REBT supervisor.
Anger is a basic emotion that is experienced by everyone. Both the experience and expression of anger, however, have been linked to health, interpersonal, professional, and sometimes legal problems. The detrimental effects of anger have been known for a long time. Therefore, it is no surprise that anger is a common force that leads people to seek professional help. This book provides an overview of anger in a clinical context, from conceptualization to treatment approaches.
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; REBT with Personality Disorders; Why We Don’t Raise Our Clients’ Self-Esteem; and Strategies for the Resistant Client.
Shows how to use REBT to help young people cope with adversities.
Inspiring new book equips the therapist with the theoretical foundations and practical models necessary for effective grief counseling. As a foremost authority on grief and bereavement, the author shows how to use REBT to help people cope with their sorrow.
The purpose of this workshop is to review what we know about anger and propose a model to understand anger as a clinical problem that can guide research, assessment, diagnosis, and treatments. Existing measures of anger and aggression in youth will be examined. A new assessment instrument, the Anger Regulation and Expression Scale (ARES) used to assess anger in children and adolescents will be introduced. Empirically based treatments and new treatments for anger will be examined.
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