Archive for July, 2011

Stay Current and Sound SMART

Continuing Education Opportunities for SMART volunteers John11, SMART Recovery® Tool Training Host and Message Board Volunteer How do SMART Recovery® volunteers and facilitators ensure they are providing the highest level of help to other SMART members? One way is to stay current by taking refresher courses. In my career, construction, I am expected to hold [...]

Flip The Tables On Your Procrastination Wheedler

New Anti-Procrastination eBook & “Flip Technique” by Dr. Bill Knaus Dee, SMART Recovery® Special Events Coordinator Dr. Bill Knaus, clinical psychologist and foremost expert in the field of procrastination, has joined with SMART Recovery® to produce the first-ever online Anti-Procrastination Mini-Workshop. As the author of over 20 books, Dr. Knaus’s expertise is vast, in a [...]

REBT for People with Co-occurring Problems

Albert Ellis in the Wilds of Arizona by Emmett Velten, PhD, & Patricia E. Penn, PhD (with inspiration from the real Albert Ellis) Professional Resource Press, 2010 Reviewed by A. Thomas Horvath, Ph.D. Perhaps you think Albert Ellis’ REBT (Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy) involves the mindless but forceful repetition of a few simple concepts. This [...]

Tracking Your Progress With SMART Recovery®

The SMART Recovery® Activities Scale (SRAS) by Julie Myers, Psy.D. and Donald Meichenbaum, Ph.D. The SMART Recovery® Activities Scale (SRAS) is a new tool to help those engaged with SMART Recovery®. The SRAS was developed by Julie Myers, Psy.D.1 and Donald Meichenbaum, Ph.D.2 The SRAS is designed to be used by participants to assess how [...]

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