By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Name one insight you might provide a client who feels “I’m unlovable” and creates the life-trap of Giving-In.
-Name the four steps of depersonalization.
-Explain which stage of the ABCs and a D could easily result in alienating your client. when using Ellis’ RET with an oppositional client .
-Name the three tiers in the three tiered method of constructing an affirmation.
-Name a question that can be asked to help your client explore the meta-message communicated.
-Name the four power imbalance questions.
-Name two metaphors to assist your clients who feel they are unlovable.
-Name the four R’s of Regaining Self-Esteem.
-Name the four emotions that result from going through the four R’s of Regaining Self-Esteem.
-Name a key concept in dealing with your client who has experienced physical abuse.
-Name two possible results or signifiers of a verbally abusive relationship.
-Name the three characteristics that comprise the “hanging judge syndrome.”
-Explain what is the result of a state of psychological constriction or tunneling for your suicidal client.
-Name the three components of adolesent and adult shyness.
-Explain what is it that most bulimic patients experience.
-Name five major areas of intervention in the treatment of self-esteem.
-Name four questions used to create an “I Am Worth It!” Road Map for your client.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."