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Miller Chat, Counseling Tips for Helping Professionals
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written by Robbin Miller and Doris Livesay, fl. 1999; presented by Robbin Miller; produced by Doris Livesay, fl. 1999, in Miller Chat (Woodland, CA: Braveheart Press, 2012), 29 mins
This consultation, hosted by Robbin Miller and Doris Livesay, features Robbin Miller as she discusses counseling tips for persons with disabilities.
written by Robbin Miller and Doris Livesay, fl. 1999; presented by Robbin Miller; produced by Doris Livesay, fl. 1999, in Miller Chat (Woodland, CA: Braveheart Press, 2012), 29 mins
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Bullying and Self-defeat
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presented by Albert Ellis, 1913-2007; produced by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970, Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974; interview by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970; in Albert Ellis, a Demonstration: An Elementary School Age Child, Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley), 6 mins
Dr. Albert Ellis, the founder of rational and emotive psychotherapy illustrates his method that irrational beliefs are the source of emotional disturbance. In Ellis's system, the effective therapist unmasks his patient's illogical thinking or self-defeating verbalizations by bringing them forcefully to his attenti...
presented by Albert Ellis, 1913-2007; produced by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970, Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974; interview by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970; in Albert Ellis, a Demonstration: An Elementary School Age Child, Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley), 6 mins
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Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series, Albert Ellis: A Demonstration With a Woman Fearful of Expressing Emotion
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presented by Albert Ellis, 1913-2007; produced by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970, Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974; interview by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970, in Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1970), 28 mins
Dr. Ellis helps a woman who wants to modify her behavior, by uncovering her illogicial belief system.
presented by Albert Ellis, 1913-2007; produced by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970, Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974; interview by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970, in Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1970), 28 mins
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Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series, Albert Ellis: A Demonstration With a Young Divorced Woman
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presented by Albert Ellis, 1913-2007; produced by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970, Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974; interview by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970, in Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1970), 32 mins
Albert Ellis highlights his rational-emotive psychotherapy theory of illogical and irrational beliefs which cause disturbance, and shows how the effective therapist unmasks his patient's illogical thinking. Ellis describes his techniques in a debriefing after the demonstration.
presented by Albert Ellis, 1913-2007; produced by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970, Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974; interview by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970, in Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1970), 32 mins
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