The Albert Ellis Institute is pleased to announce our 60th year of being incorporated as a nonprofit organization! Proceeds will contribute to the Albert Ellis Institute’s outreach, advocacy, prevention and intervention for individuals in need of psychological services who may not otherwise have access.
3 Continuing Education Credits/Contact Hours (APA, NBCC, New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work & Mental Health Counselors)
Location: 145 East 32nd Street, 9th Floor, NY, NY 10016
Suicide has been a significant public health crisis for a long time and it is still surrounded by limited public awareness and understanding. Furthermore, existing literature suggests that several factors are involved in understanding a suicide attempt and subsequent treatment. This presentation will critically explore some of the main theories of suicide. The mainstream research in the field of suicidology, including the main contributions of quantitative as well as qualitative research will be addressed. Special attention to the practice of school-based suicide prevention programs for youth and adolescents and how the field went from a “stress model” approach to a “psychopathology” approach will be reviewed. Other areas of discussion will include high-risk suicidal thinking in terms of subjective versus objective attitude; utilizing a collaborative approach; identifying verbal versus nonverbal communication when assessing clients at high-risk for suicide; the importance of instilling hope and addressing ambivalence and understanding hesitation; the role the environment plays; the delay-discounting process; structured versus unstructured assessment; a one size fits all versus a client-centered assessment approach; assessing acute versus chronic suicide; and treatment strategies. A model of a “Suicide Domino Effect” will be presented to integrate these factors within a RE & CBT perspective. Participants are encouraged to come prepared with clinical cases for role-plays and discussions.
Location: 145 E. 32nd Street, 9th Fl., NY, NY 10016
In this intense three day practicum, participants will learn the Rational-Emotive & Cognitive Behavior theory of emotional disturbance and change by leading REBT practitioners. Strategies for identifying and challenging clients’ dysfunctional beliefs and constructing more adaptive beliefs, emotions and behaviors will be a focus of the weekend. REBT’s conceptualization of emotions and Common Errors new REBT therapists make will also be presented. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their RE & CBT skills in small group supervision and receive immediate feedback from an experienced certified REBT supervisor.
See how leading REBT therapists help audience volunteers’ cope with their everyday problems, followed by questions and discussion. Difficulties addressed range from family, work and relationship issues. Demonstrations are guaranteed to be educational and stimulating!
The emotionally mature individual should completely accept the fact that we live in a world of probability and chance, where there are not, nor probably ever will be, any absolute certainties, and should realize that it is not at all horrible, indeed—such a probabilistic, uncertain world.Albert Ellis Developer of REBT Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy… (next quote)
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