Online SMART Event: Is it True? or Is It Helpful?
With Hank Robb, Ph.D.
Saturday, March 10, 2012, 1pm est
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Though it often seems as though the most important question is: “Is it true?” we actually have choices about which questions we make the most important in our lives. For example, it is likely “true” that you have a nose on your face, but is this fact really helpful? If you want to be a loving parent, how useful would it be to remind yourself several times a day that you have a nose on your face? Perhaps not so useful, even though it remains “true.” In this presentation, Dr. Robb will explore an alternative basis for choosing which questions we make the most important in our lives. Asking ourselves “Is this helpful?” may better help us to develop a more fulfilling life than “Is this true?” Join us and find out for yourself!
Dr. Hank Robb will join SMART Recovery to present Is it True? or Is it Helpful? on Saturday, March 10, at 1:00 pm EST in the online meeting venue, The SMART Room.
To Attend: You must be a registered member of SMART Recovery Online (there is no charge to register). Please register in advance. Once registered, you will be taken to the SMART Message Boards. Select “SMART Recovery Chat and Meeting Rooms” – the long blue bar near the top left of the page. Then click on the menu item “SMART Recovery Chat and Meeting Rooms.” From there, select The SMART Room. (Note: A microphone is not required. You can listen and there is space in which to type questions and comments.)
The webinar will be recorded and may be made available in podcast form on SMART Recovery’s
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Hank Robb, Ph.D., is a Supervisor for the Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy (New York), board certified in both Counseling Psychology as well as Behavioral Psychology and holds a Certificate of Proficiency in the Treatment of Alcohol and Other Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders from the American Psychological Association’s College of Professional Psychology. He previously served as President of the American Board of Counseling Psychology and is listed as an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Trainer.
Dr. Robb is a founding member of SMART Recovery and continues to write regularly for the SMART New & Views newsletter on topics related to cognitive behavioral (CBT) and Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) — thoughts of great interest to those in the forefront of psychological thought as well as to the individual who wants to create the life he/she wants to live. He is also an active SMART facilitator and advisor.