Addressing Meaning in Psychotherapy: Integrating REBT with Logotherapy in Clinical Practice (11/4/2022) - Conducted in Spanish - LIVE REMOTE

Addressing Meaning in Psychotherapy: Integrating REBT with Logotherapy in Clinical Practice (11/4/2022) - Conducted in Spanish - LIVE REMOTE

Regular price $115.00

This workshop will be conducted entirely in Spanish

Incorporar el concepto de Sentido en Psicoterapia: integrar la TREC con la Logoterapia en la Práctica Clínica


Ponente
: Matti Ameli, M. S.

Matti Ameli, M.S., es Psicóloga y Coach Profesional Certificada con más de veinte años de experiencia internacional. Ha estudiado y trabajado en Francia, Estados Unidos y España. Utiliza tanto la TREC como la logoterapia en su consulta. Ha publicado artículos novedosos sobre la integración de la TCC/TREC con la logoterapia en revistas internacionales y ha sido ponente en congresos internacionales. Dispone de consulta privada en Valencia, España. Página web: https://mattiameli.webnode.es/  E-mail: matti_ameli@yahoo.com

Descripción

La logoterapia es un enfoque psicoterapéutico basado en el sentido, que cuenta con apoyo empírico. Es altamente compatible con la TREC. Según la investigación, el concepto de sentido presenta una correlación positiva con el bienestar y una correlación negativa con la ansiedad y la depresión. Un enfoque integrador entre la TREC y la logoterapia tiene el potencial de ofrecer planes de tratamientos más eficaces y efectivos a los clientes.

El objetivo de este taller práctico es explicar cómo integrar a nivel clínico los conceptos y herramientas logoterapéuticos en el marco de la TREC. Después de describir ambos enfoques, nos centraremos en sus similitudes y diferencias, y enfatizaremos las ventajas de una visión integradora. A través de ejemplos prácticos y estudios de casos clínicos, los participantes aprenderán como integrar los dos enfoques en diferentes fases del proceso terapéutico.

Metas para los participantes

  • Describir los principales conceptos y técnicas de la logoterapia y su implementación a nivel clínico
  • Explicar cuándo integrar la logoterapia en el marco de la TREC durante el proceso terapéutico
  • Demostrar cómo integrar las principales estrategias logoterapeuticas con las estrategias de la TREC en terapia

Conversar sobre las ventajas de una visión integradora

 

Leader: Matti Ameli, M. S., is a Registered Psychologist and Certified Professional Coach with over twenty years of international experience. She has both studied and worked in France, the United States, and Spain. She practices both REBT and Logotherapy. She has published several innovative papers on the integration of CBT/REBT and Logotherapy in international journals and has presented at international congresses. She works in private practice in Valencia, Spain. Website: https://mattiameli.webnode.es/  E-mail: matti_ameli@yahoo.com

Date: Friday, November 4, 2022 | 9:30 am – 12:45 pm
Location: Zoom

3 Contact Hours/ 3 Continuing Education Credits will be provided by the Albert Ellis Institute upon completion of the workshop.

Overview: 

Logotherapy is an empirically supported meaning-centered approach to psychotherapy, which is highly compatible with REBT. Based on research, the concept of meaning has empirical validation and presents positive correlation with well-being, and negative correlation with anxiety and depression. Logotherapy-enhanced REBT has the potential to offer more efficient and effective treatment plans for clients.

The goal of this practical workshop is to explain how to integrate the logotherapeutic concepts and tools within the REBT framework at the clinical level. After an overview of both approaches, their similarities and differences will be described and the benefits of an integrative approach will be highlighted. Through practical examples and case studies, participants will learn how to integrate both approaches at different stages of the therapeutic process.

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the main concepts and techniques of Logotherapy and how they are implemented at the clinical level.
  • Explain when to integrate Logotherapy within the REBT framework during the therapeutic process.
  • Demonstrate how to integrate the key logotherapeutic strategies with REBT strategies in therapy.
  • Discuss the benefits of Logotherapy-enhanced REBT.

 

  

Albert Ellis Institute is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Albert Ellis Institute maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

Albert Ellis Institute has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 5145. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Albert Ellis Institute is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

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