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e-Textbook From the electronic textbook created for undergraduate and graduate courses in Personality Theories by George Boeree of Shippensburg University.
Goodbye to a legend From the American Psychological Association Monitor on Psychology, Volume 38, No. 9 October 2007. Ever the provocative gadfly, the late Albert Ellis helped thousands overcome their negative thinking to live freer, more productive lives.
Interview with Albert Ellis by Joseph S. Volpe. Trauma Response Profile: An Afternoon with Dr. Albert Ellis. (1997) The American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress.
Albert Ellis Obituary. Albert Ellis, whose innovative straight-talk approach to psychotherapy made him one of the most influential and provocative figures in modern psychology, died yesterday at his home above the institute he founded in Manhattan. He was 93. From The New York Times, July 25, 2007.
The Official Biography and Research Site of Albert Ellis. Psychologist Mike Abrams constructed and maintains this site. Find information on rational emotive behavior therapy, audio and video clips of Ellis, bibliography, citations, articles from the popular press, and information about Ellis' soon-to-be-published personality theory textbook.
On Therapy A summary of the session New Concepts in Practice: On Therapy-- A Dialogue with Aaron T. Beck and Albert Ellis. Presented at the 108th Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington DC, August 4-8, 2000.
The Penn Resiliency Program Based on Ellis' Adversity-Consequences-Beliefs (ABC) model and the cognitive-behavioral theories of depression by Aaron Beck, Albert Ellis, and Martin Seligman, elementary and middle school children learn to detect automatic thoughts, evaluate the accuracy of these thoughts, and to consider alternatives to challenge negative beliefs. Includes an overview of the program, references, current projects, and a summary of research findings using the program.
Prospect Magazine Interview This interview by Jules Evans, was the last public interview of Albert Ellis. From the website: Albert Ellis, the foul-mouthed father of cognitive therapy, is a modern Diogenes. Now severely ill, and at odds with the institute he founded, he remains convinced of the value of Stoic wisdom.
Quotes Quotes by Albert Ellis on various topics.
REBT Network From the site: The REBT Network was established in 2006 to promote Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) and the life & work of its creator, Dr. Albert Ellis, Ph.D. Includes biography, overview of theory, essays, reflections, e-books, and more.
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Albert Ellis Doing REBT with Jeffrey Guterman (7 minutes, 45 seconds). The actual therapy portion is audio only.
Jeffrey Guterman Interviews Albert Ellis: Part I, 1988 (3 minutes, 36 seconds).
Jeffrey Guterman Interviews Albert Ellis: Part II, 1989 (3 minutes, 40 seconds).
Albert Ellis conducting Rational Emotive Therapy with Gloria Part 3 of the classic film Three Approaches to Psychotherapy (1965), which featured the same woman Gloria experiencing psychotherapy with Carl Rogers, Fritz Perls, and Albert Ellis. This third part Describes rational-emotive psycho-therapy as practiced by Dr. Albert Ellis. Shows his interview with patient Gloria and gives a summation of the effectiveness of the interview. Includes an evaluation by Gloria of her therapy with Doctors Carl Rogers, Frederick Perls, and Albert Ellis. (29 minutes: 48 seconds)
The Official Biography and Research Site of Albert Ellis. Psychologist Mike Abrams constructed and maintains this site. Find information on rational emotive behavior therapy, audio and video clips of Ellis talking about his and other personality theories, and information about Ellis' soon-to-be-published personality theory textbook.