A Practitioner's Guide to Rational-emotive Therapy

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Oxford University Press, 1992 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 377 pages
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Ten Common Errors to Avoid -- Pt. V. The Therapeutic Whole. 14. Homework Assignments. Examples of Homework Assignments. Happiness Assignments. Trouble-shooting Homework Problems. Phasing Out the Therapist. 15. Comprehensive Rational-Emotive Therapy. Self-instructional Training. Dealing with A. 16. The Course of Therapy and Beyond. A Sample Treatment Plan. Expanding the Focus of Therapy. Continuing Therapy. Termination of Therapy. Enhancing Treatment Benefits after Termination -- Pt. VI. Training. 17. Supervision and Further Training. Self-Checking Supervision. Obtaining Supervision. Training Programs. 18. Readings. Introductory Materials: RET and Other Cognitive Therapies. Problems of Love, Sex, and Relationships. Problems of Children and Adolescents. Women's Issues. Family Therapy. Problems of Anger. Problems of Anxiety. Problems of Depression. Other Applications: Assertiveness. Problems of Procrastination. Habit Control and Addiction -- Appendix A: Session Notes.

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Susan R. Walen, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Psychology at Towson State University, Instructor in Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and Director of the Center for Cognitive and Rational-Emotive Therapy, Baltimore and Rockville, Maryland.
Raymond DiGiuseppe, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Psychology at St. John's University, and Director of Professional Education at the Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy.
Windy Dryden, Ph.D., is Professor of Counselling at Goldsmith's College, University of London, and Director of the Institute for Rational- Emotive Therapy (UK).

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