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A unique program that will both enlighten and entertain the participant. The material presents a fictitious visit by Dr. Albert Ellis to a number of clinical settings in Arizona. As you follow along, Ellis demonstrates the importance of integrating research and treatment for people with co-occuring problems, methods for developing simple, practical ways to assess and address these problems with clients, how to apply Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) techniques in any type of mental health and addiction treatment program, how to focus on the factors that keep the client’s problems going, and how to help clients gain more of what they do want out of life and limit what they don’t want.
15 CE credits/hours, 150 questions
Psychologists | School Psychologists | Marriage & Family Therapists | Mental Health Counselors | Social Workers
- Discuss the importance of integrating treatment for people with co-occurring problems.
- Explain how to develop simple, practical ways to assess and tackle problems that people with co-occurring problems want help with.
- Describe how to apply this approach in any type of mental health and addiction treatment program.
- Recognize how to focus on factors that keep client’s problems going in the here-and-now.
- Demonstrate how to help clients get more of what they want and less of what they don’t want.
Statement of Understanding (downloadable/printable)
"REBT for People With Co-occurring Problems: Albert Ellis in the Wilds of Arizona" - Final Exam Questions (downloadable/printable)