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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.
Albert Ellis tells the true and inspiring story of how REBT helped him overcome his own mental and physical challenges.
Clear, step-by-step form helps you to identify the “ABCs” and dispute your irrational beliefs. Each form is printed on sturdy, letter-sized paper, with a form on both sides.
Engaging, illustrated book teaches REBT methods
for managing unpleasant thoughts and feelings.
Clearly written and engagingly illustrated guide helps parents communicate better and improve their children’s behavior.
“Thinking, Feeling, Behaving: An Emotional Education Curriculum for Children” is an excellent Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) based resource for helping students overcome irrational beliefs and negative feelings. Ann Vernon provides activities such as games, stories, role-plays, writing, drawing, and brainstorming that focus upon self-acceptance, feelings, beliefs and behavior, problem solving/decision making, and interpersonal relationships. Activities can be applied to both individual students and groups of students as well.
Helpful, practical book will help you get your partner to connect with you more — physically, verbally and emotionally.
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