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 Real REBT Training - In Honor of Al, April 27-29, 2007, Amherst NY
Gayle
  Posted: Mar 2 2007, 11:25 AM


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Exciting news! Training in REBT is now available for those who do not want to associate themselves with the Institute, but who wish to avail themselves of top-knotch training in REBT. The Center for Inquiry and the Rational Living Foundation of Tampa are offering training in the real REBT. You have about two months from today to make arrangements. There will soon be training in Tampa and other parts of the country.

When: April 27-29, 2007 (Friday-Sunday)

Where: Center for Inquiry; Amherst, New York

What: A three day intensive in REBT, taught by the most senior REBT Fellows who have the trust and friendship of Dr. Albert Ellis -- Bill Knaus, Ed Garcia & Vince Parr.

Cost (with early registration:) $545 general; $350 for graduate students; special group rates.

Information: Dr. Joseph Hoffmann, CFI, at 716-636-4869, x407.


This training intensive in REBT is being done in honor of Dr. Albert Ellis, who created Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, and Dr. Paul Kurtz, who is Al's good friend and supporter as well as the leader of the Center for Inquiry.

Read on for the full agenda...


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For further information contact Dr. Joseph Hoffmann, CFI, at 716-636-4869, x407

A Meeting of the Minds - Honoring Albert Ellis & Paul Kurtz

Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) Training Program
Center for Inquiry
Amherst, New York


The Center for Inquiry and the Rational Living Foundation of Tampa presents A Meeting of the Minds at the Center for Inquiry, Amherst New York, April 27-29, 2007.  A Meeting of the Minds provides a unique opportunity for participants to learn powerful mental health concepts and to practice the application of positive rational ideas and therapeutic interventions.

This exciting and creative basic Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) training program is done in honor of Dr. Albert Ellis, the founder of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, and Dr. Paul Kurtz, the founder of the Center for Inquiry. It is for psychologists, social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family counselors, school counselors, psychiatric nurses, and others who want to learn how to use REBT in their professional and personal lives.

Two of the original directors-of-training, Mr. Edward Garcia and Dr. Bill Knaus, along with Tampa Rational Living Foundation President Dr. Vincent Parr, will lead this innovative training program.

Applications have been submitted for twenty-four CE credits. Low cost graduate credits may be available for graduate student attendees.

Those registering prior to March 30, 2007 will pay a fee of $545. Graduate students registering before March 30, pay $350. Special group rates are available.

For further information contact Dr. Joseph Hoffmann, CFI, at 716-636-4869, x407.

The time-ordered agenda for this program follows:

Friday, April 27, 2007

    * 7:30 8:00 Registration
    * 8:00-8:30 Conference Introduction: Center for Inquiry and Rational Emotive      Behavior Therapy Collaboration
    * 8:30 10:00 REBT and Goals of life
          o Albert Ellis' Three Dimensions of Acceptance
          o How we connect information, emotions, and behavior.
          o ABC's of REBT
          o Defeating Irrational Belief Systems
          o Homework Assignments and Forms
          o REBT and relationship building
    * 10:00-10:30 Round Robin Demonstration and Discussion
    * 10:30 12:00 Applications of Skeptical Reasoning to Everyday Life.
          o Why reason is hard of hearing
          o Helping reason stick by making concepts memorable
          o Applying Socratic reasoning.
          o 10 Common Reasoning Errors and Their Solutions
          o 12 Common Errors Therapists Make, and Their Solutions.
    * 12:00-12:30 Round Robin Demonstration and Discussion (working lunch served)
    * 12:30 2:30 Procrastination and Lifestyle Changes
          o Metacognitive mapping for positive change.
          o Basic techniques for addressing procrastination
          o Application of procrastination technology to anxiety and depression.
    * 2:30-3:00 Round Robin Demonstration and Discussion
    * 3:00-4:30 Change Processes and Change Blockers
          o Four Blocks to Personal Happiness
          o Frustration Tolerance Training.
          o The Concept of Simple and Difficult
          o Two Equations for Happiness
    * 4:30-5:30 Dinner Break
    * 5:30-7:00 Small Group Supervision and Self-Development Workshop

Saturday, April 28, 2007

    * 8:00 10:00 AM:  Incongruity Interventions
          o In Session Problem Simulation
          o Advanced Behavioral Homework Assignments
          o Effective Use of Bibliotherapy
          o The use of Creativity and Humor in Therapy.
    * 10:00-11:00 The Anatomy of Emotions
          o Building Emotional Muscle
    * 11:00- 12:00 Evidence-based Techniques for Overcoming Depression
    * 12:00-2:00 Helping Clients Build Solid Self-Concepts
          o Three Insights into the Human Condition
          o Three Reasons why we are the way we are at this moment in time. (working lunch)
    * 2:00-3:00: Helping Clients Build Solid Love and Marriage Relationships.
          o 13 Relationship Breakers and 14 Relationship Builders.
    * 3:00-4:30 REBT with Children: The Rational Emotive Education Approach
    * 4:30-5:00 Meeting Ethical Challenges: The Therapist as an Advocate.
    * 5:00-6:00 Dinner Break
    * 6:00-7:00 Small Group Supervision and Self-Development Workshop

Sunday, April 29, 2007

    * 8:00 9:30  Group Therapy and Group Counseling
    * 9:30 11:45 Small Group Supervision and Self-Development Workshop
    * 11:45 12:30 Round up and Adjournment

For further information contact Dr. Joseph Hoffmann, CFI, at 716-636-4869, x407.

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