Associate Fellowship Certificate Program in REBT – Albert Ellis Institute

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14 Giugno 2016  
17 Giugno 2016  

Scadenza iscrizioni15-04-2016
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Località Ripa di Porta Ticinese 77 – 20143 Milano


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ContattoAllison Colton
Telefono02-4150998


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4 DAYS

14-15-16-17 JUNE 2016

 

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DESCRIPTION

The REBT (rational emotive behavior therapy) Associate Fellowship Certificate Program is the third step to learn REBT. “Studi Cognitivi” is glad to have the opportunity to offer the same Program as it is presented at the Albert Ellis Institute (AEI) of New York. The class section is lead by the most international important and certificated REBT’s therapists and supervisors such as doctor Kristene Doyle, Director of AEI, and professor Raymond DiGiuseppe, Director of Professional Education of AEI and professor of Psychology at the St. John University of New York.

The Associate Fellowship Certificate Program is an intense three day practicum that includes frontal lessons and in which can have recorded audio file supervised in groups composed of 8 participants and supervised by one teacher for the whole afternoon.

REQUIREMENTS

Pre-requisite:

Certificate in RE & CBT; Five 20 minute recordings supervised by a Certified REBT supervisor prior to the 4 day practicum (Supervisor must inform Dr. Kristene Doyle at the Albert Ellis Institute prior to registering for the practicum that participant is eligible).

During the program participants will further their knowledge of rational-emotive and cognitive behavior therapy, as well as up-to- date research and clinical applications, and will receive individual supervision in small groups with a certified REBT supervisor.

During the Practicum:

Participants must bring 10 full-length (45 minute) recordings to the practicum for supervision.

Following the Practicum:

In the year following, participants must have 20 recordings (ten 45 minute and ten 20 minute recordings) supervised by at least three different certified supervisors. Participants should not submit all 20 recordings at one time. The idea is to receive supervisory feedback and build upon that feedback.

When all 20 recordings are completed, participants submit their 21st ‘Golden” recording, $150.00 US, and their application for the associate fellowship certificate to Dr. Kristene Doyle for review by a member of the International Training Standards and Policy Review Committee.

CERTIFICATION

Matriculants who successfully complete all program requirements will be eligible for Associate Fellowship membership in the Institute. Associate Fellows may also be invited to attend the Supervisory training.

PROGRAM LANGUAGE

Frontal lectures and group practice sessions are offered in English.

EVALUATION AND CERTIFICATION

There will be a written exam at the end of the course. Having passed this exam the participant will receive their certification from the board of the Albert Ellis Institute in New York in December 2016.

PROGRAM

Participants will deepen their skills through individual supervision of their psychotherapy practice and participation in advanced seminars. In addition, participants will learn to apply effective techniques for working with resistant clients, describe RE & CBT’s theory of personality disorders, apply effective techniques for working with eating disorder clients and demonstrate intervention skills for clients with addictions.

FACULTY

Kristene A. Doyle, Ph.D., Sc.D., is the Director of the Albert Ellis Institute (AEI). Dr. Doyle is also Director of Clinical Services and a licensed Staff Psychologist and clinical supervisor at AEI. She is Full Adjunct Professor at St. John’s Univeristy in New York.

Raymond DiGiuseppe, Ph.D., Sc.D., is the Director of Professional Education and a licensed Staff Psychologist and clinical supervisor at the Albert Ellis Institute (AEI). He is also Professor and Chair of the Psychology Department at St. John’s University in New York. He is the President of Division 29 (Psychotherapy) of the American Psychological Association.



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