Albert Ellis Institute Albert Ellis Institute The Albert Ellis Institute, formerly known as the Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy, is a non-profit educational organization founded in 1968. Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) is a humanistic, action-oriented approach to emotional growth, first articulated by Dr. Albert Ellis in 1955, which emphasizes individuals' capacity for creating their emotions; the ability to change and overcome the past by focusing on the present; and the power to choose and implement satisfying alternatives to current patterns. Information is divided into public and professional topics.
The National Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists The National Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists Promotes cognitive-behavioral psychotherapies as being therapeutically effective, cost-effective, and time-limited treatment methods. Lots of information here concerning the Association and the services it has to offer. Navigation becomes confusing at times.
Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy & Research Beck Institute The Beck Institute offers various cognitive therapy training programs for mental health and medical professionals who work in outpatient, inpatient, academic, or research settings. Beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels are offered.
Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology Offering informative information about the Society, its officers, membership information, employment opportunities, and past archives of their quarterly newsletter online.
American Academy of Psychotherapists American Academy of Psychotherapists Contains membership information, subscription information for the AAP quarterly journal and newsletter, and a listing of AAP workshops.