To help combat these negative feelings, Hauck discourages individuals from rating themselves and encourages self-acceptance, skills improvement, and gaining respect from others.
Author: Paul A. Hauck
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
Feelings of inferiority are as universal as the common cold and cause as many problems with health and happiness. To help combat these negative feelings, Hauck discourages individuals from rating themselves and encourages self-acceptance, skills improvement, and gaining respect from others.
Overcoming the Rating Game : Beyond Self - Love — Beyond Self - Esteem .
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) . The 60 - Second Shrink . San Luis Obispo : Impact . Lazarus , A . , Lazarus , C .
Author: Albert Ellis
Category: Family & Relationships
If you feel like you are on a runaway emotional roller coaster with your partner at the controls, this book is for you! It can save you years of torment, tumult, and tears.
Overcoming the Rating Game : Beyond Self - Love - Beyond SelfEsteem .
Louisville , Ky . : Westminster / John Knox . Hayes , S . C . 1994 . “ Context and
the Type of Psychological Acceptance . " In S . E . Hayes et al . , Acceptance and
Author: Albert Ellis
Having originated rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) in 1955, the influential psychologist and president of his namesake institute brings relevant theory and practice up to date. With the REBT emphasis on change, he favors the use of verbs rather than nouns in discussing issues in counseling in the postmodern era and treatment of specific behavioral problems/disorders. c. Book News Inc.
Examining the thinking of great religious teachers, philosophers, and psychologists, the founder of one of the world's most successful forms of therapy teaches readers how to accept themselves--and others--unconditionally.
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1992 ) . Overcoming the rating game : Beyond self - love — beyond selfesteem .
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1977). Marriage is a loving business. Philadelphia: Westminster. **Hauck, P. A. (
1991). Overcoming the rating game: Beyond self-love. Beyond self-esteem.
Author: Albert Ellis
Two psychotherapists describe the nature and success of their rational-emotive approach to solving mental and emotional problems and present actual case histories
Overcoming the Rating Game: Beyond Self-Love— Beyond Self-Esteem.
Louisville: Westminster/John Knox. Heubusch, Kevin. 1997. The Rating Guide to
Life in America's Small Cities. Buffalo: Prometheus. Jacobson, Edmund. 1938.
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Author: Albert Ellis
Publisher: Open Court Publishing Company
The authors believe that everyone can--with the right attitudes, tools, and hard work--invent their own lives, not just live out the scripts provided by an ageist society. Written in a humorous and interactive style, "Optimal Aging" will help readers recognize and combat harmful attitudes that hold them back and develop more productive attitudes.
Hajzler , D . , & Bernard , M . E . ( 1991 ) . A review of rationalemotive outcome
studies . School Psychology Studies , 6 ( 1 ) , 27 – 49 . Hauck , P . A . ( 1992 ) . Overcoming the rating game : Be - yond self - love - Beyond self - esteem .
Author: Raymond J. Corsini
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
Highly respected and used in the field's top programs, CURRENT PSYCHOTHERAPIES provides students of counseling, psychology, and social work with an authoritative treatment of the major systems of psychotherapy. Each contributor is either an originator or a leading proponent of one of the systems, and each presents the basic principles of the system in a clear and straightforward manner, discussing it in the context of the other systems.
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Religiousness Is Irrational and Equivalent to Emotional Disturbance ? ” American
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Author: Albert Ellis
Category: Biography & Autobiography
"One of the memorable and influential psychologists provides the `uncensored' story of his life and times, including the development of the revolutionary REBT approach to psychotherapy. All Out! is the master guide to full and rational living and a must read."---Jon Carlson, PSYD, EDD, distinguished professor, Governors State University "All Out! is an outrageously honest and astonishingly authentic autobiography by one of the most influential psychologists of the twentieth Century, and of the twenty-first century as well. Ellis was also one of the great humanitarians of his era; he certainly walked his talk, whether he was changing the course of psychotherapy, relieving the suffering of countless men and women, or demonstrating that one is never too old to find true love."---Stanley Krippner, PHD, professor of psychology, Saybrook University. coauthor of Haunted by Combat: Understanding PTSD in War Veterans, and fellow at the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality "For those famous psychotherapists who have the knowledge, charisma, and creativity to create a whole new approach to psychotherapy, the question of how they live their Own lives and integrate their own therapeutic principles into the art of living is a source of continual curiosity. In this book, and in his inimitable way, Albert Ellis reminisces on over ninety years of his life and provides very frank but deep insight into his fears, anxieties, and failings, and how he dealt with them using the principles of change he pioneered. All psychotherapists, and anyone who has ever sought psychotherapy, will benefit greatly from this entertaining and insightful book."---David H. Barlow, PHD, ABPP, professor of psychology and psychiatry, and director, Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders, Boston University "Albert Ellis lived an `all out' life, and he has gone `all out' in this no-holds-barred autobiography. Intense, quirky, and brutally honest, the book reflects the man himself both in content and in style. Expect to be prodded, shaken, and stirred by one of the most remarkable psychologists of the modern era."---Steven C. Hayes, foundation professor, University of Nevada, and author of Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life "All Out! is an emotional romp that engagingly recounts the life of one of history's greatest and most prolific contributors to psychotherapy. With uncompromising flair, Ellis dragged psychotherapy from its murky beginnings, clarified its essential lessons, made it practical, and brought it into people's homes. Inimitably Ellis: revolutionary, iconoclast, humorist, legend---always teaching always entertaining, always provoking attitudes that lead to self-determined joy."---Jeffrey K. Zeig, PHD, director, the Milton H. Erickson Foundation "Dr. Ellis has had such an impact that...clinical psychologists ranked him ahead of Freud when asked to name the figure who had exerted the greatest influence on their field."---New York Times In this audacious, illuminating, and thoroughly enjoyable memoir, Albert Ellis, pioneer of cognitive psychology and the renowned creator of one of the most successful forms of psychotherapy---Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT)---does indeed go "all out." Ellis recounts the memorable relationships, fascinating experiences, and challenging disappointments of his life from early childhood to age ninety-three (Ellis died in 2007). He discusses how he used REBT to work his way through all manner of challenges and emotional roadblocks. A tour de force of stimulating ideas, colorful descriptions of memorable and often very personal relationships, and straightforward self-analysis, All Out! is pure Ellis: witty, brilliant, unique, and, above all, honest. This memoir is the definitive summation of the life and work of one of the world's most fascinating, successful, and honored therapists. During his long and successful professional life, Ellis wrote more than eighty books and eight hundred articles, established the Albert Ellis Institute, conducted his famous Friday Night Workshops, trained professionals, saw clients and groups, and traveled the world to spread the word about REBT. With this hectic yet stimulating schedule, finding the time to write one's memoirs might seem a daunting task to an ordinary individual. Luckily for all of us, Ellis was far from ordinary. In All Out! Ellis takes an unflinching look at the ups and downs of his personal life and how he continually used his famous therapeutic technique on himself to work through many choices, challenges, and relationships. As Ellis says in his introduction, "Because I am a well-known therapist, people would like to know whether I... follow my own teachings. Doctor, cure thyself. Well, do I?" Indeed he does. With candor and humor, Ellis demonstrates that he has learned from life experiences to find ways to deal with the many issues he confronted by reflecting on both his victories and his defeats. And, yes, Ellis considers that people might be just a little curious about the personal life of a noted sexologist. The first five chapters chronicle Ellis's early years. In part 2, Ellis includes some astonishing revelations about his personal life never before made public, and in typical Ellis fashion he examines these controversial actions under a ruthlessly honest light. One chapter deals with those who influenced Albert Ellis both personally and professionally. In later chapters, he discusses how he faced serious health issues without giving in or giving up. And throughout the book, he unabashedly shares his feelings about his union with the greatest love of his life, his wife and soul mate Debbie Joffe Ellis, who had the most profound and transforming effect on his life and experience of love. In the chapter Ellis wrote shortly before his death, he recounts with considerable sadness and frustration being ousted from the institute he founded by members of the board of directors in 2005. Until the very end of his life, Ellis fought for the right to practice in the facility he established in 1959. Some readers might feel a sense of helpless anger at how Ellis was treated by the forces of the "bogus Albert Ellis Institute." The volume's final chapter was written by Ellis's wife, psychologist and writer Debbie Joffe Ellis, who provides a touching account of her husband's final years, which were consumed with fighting the injustices mentioned above, as well as severe and debilitating illness. Not surprisingly, given the life he led, Ellis met these challenges with typical bravery, strength, humor, and love. It is a fitting conclusion to an amazing life that was truly lived All Out!
All jealous people basically feel they ' re not as good as others , ” says Paul
Hauck , Ph . D . , a psychologist in Rock Island , Illinois , and author of Overcoming the Rating Game . Some of your peers see your achievement and
feel like there ...
With respect to her negative self - rating , Angela was encouraged to read Overcoming the Rating Game ( Hauck , 1991 ) . She was also instructed on how
to challenge her negative self - rating when it occurred . In addition , she was
asked to ...
Innovative Approaches from Leading Practitioners Hoyt Michael, Michael F. Hoyt.
Hauck , P . A . ( 1991 ) . Overcoming the rating game . Louisville , KY :
Westminster . Haughness , N . ( 1993 ) . Postmodern anti - foundationalism
Author: Hoyt Michael
A guide to the use of treatment approaches known as constructive therapies The leading teachers and practitioners in this powerful handbook represent a variety of schools of therapeutic treatments that all share an optimistic view of people as resourceful individuals who construct their own realities. Emphasizing a collaborative approach, the therapies focus on the strengths and resources of the clients and look to where people want to go rather than where they have been. Hoyt should be commended for bringing together in one volume diverse voices that bring alive the exciting possibilities that mark and define this new era of psychotherapy. ?Steven Freidman, author of Time-Effective Psychotherapy
This exercise is similar to a game played in Junior High : “ Pretend that you are
invisible . What are your peers saying about you ? Do they say that you are
expert ? Do they see you as trustworthy ? ” After you fill out Profile B , Ratings 3
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Overcoming the rating game. Louisville, KY: Westminster. ADDENDUM TO
ALBERT ELLIS'S 1991 ALFRED KORZYBSKI MEMORIAL LECTURE as:
RATIONAL-EMOTIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY. NEWS FROM THE INSTITUTE
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1984 ) . A review of outcome studies on rationalemotive therapy . Journal of
Foreword to Paul Hauck , Overcoming the rating game ( pp . 1 - 4 ) . Louisville ,
KY : Westminster / John Knox . Ellis , A . ( 1992b ) . My early experiences in
developing the practice of psychology . Professional Psychology , 23 , 7 - 10 .
Ellis , A ...
Author: Steven C. Hayes
Category: Change (Psychology)
The result of the Nevada Conference on Acceptance and Change, held at the University of Nevada in January of 1993, this book explores the results of clinical empirical investigations into acceptance-base psychotherapeutic treatment methods. Until the last few decades, nearly all empirical psychological investigations focused only on direct, change-oriented techniques. Now more current research has applied the same research methods to acceptance-based approaches, and the leaders in the field report some of their finding in this volume. Here are accounts of new basic analyses, treatment techniques, assessment methods, and therapy manuals relating to a range of clinical practice areas. These findings are essential readings for scholars and clinicians interested in acceptance-based treatments.
Overcoming the rating game . Louisville , KY : Westminster / John Knox Press .
Hayes , S . C . ( 1987 ) . A contextual approach to therapeutic change . In N .
Jacobson ( Ed . ) , Psychotherapists in clinical practice : Cognitive and behavioral
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