Albert Ellis Institute's Primary & Advanced Practicum in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) by In Vivo-Mumbai Centre for REBT.
‘In Vivo’ was started in 2007 with the aim of making people aware – in their minds and in action – that they themselves have the ability and the power to make a ‘Proactive Choice’ to take control of and enhance the quality of their life.
In Vivo – Mumbai Centre is a training centre for REBT since 2009 and is known for its counseling services. Also, a Centre for Single-Session Therapy, co-founded by the Director, Swati Khanolkar (AEI certified REBT supervisor & faculty), along with a renowned CBT & REBT therapist Prof. Windy Dryden since 2020. This centre provides personal counselling sessions, conducts professional trainings in Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT), Single-Session Therapy (SST), Workshops in REBT application based, counselling skills & techniques, self-help workshops, corporate mental health and other professional skills development programs.
In Vivo brings in evidence-based methodologies across coaching, psychotherapy and single-session based work while maintaining strict ethical & professional guidelines specifically related to confidentiality and informed consent with cost-effective services.
A team of trained psychotherapists committed to helping clients address their emotional disturbances, find collaborative solutions to their problems and make meaningful and lasting changes in their lives.
"The workshop was very well conducted and organized. Instructor gave lots of examples to clear doubts. We had practical sessions that gave us insight as to where we were wrong or if we needed to add something to it. Overall, it was gaining of lots of knowledge and enhancing our skills.”
“I attended the previous batch of core counselling skills at In Vivo. They teach very patiently and let us practice in the sessions. It was a helpful course for me as I developed quite a few skills and learned to differentiate between many skills. Looking forward for more courses!”
“The Core Counselling Skills workshop was a revision of the various skills. The facilitators went through the material methodically and meticulously, clarifying doubts on the way. Despite being on an online format, the facilitators managed to not only give relevant examples but also practice of the matter covered.”
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Intensive Training Certificate course in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy By In Vivo- Mumbai Centre for REBT 2023 (Offline & Online) Total Hours: 22 hours
‘Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) and Anxiety’ An introductory workshop to understand & use REBT Open for ALL Facilitator: Swati Khanolkar – Clinical psychologist Over 16 years
REBT is a multimodal, short-term therapy conceived by Dr. Albert Ellis, based on the philosophy of flexibility and non-extremism in life. It helps the clients to proactively identify the causes for their emotional disturbances and then learn a concrete, directive approach to uproot these causes. Several cognitive, emotive and behavioral techniques are used toward this purpose.
A Psychologist has a M.A degree in Psychology and a Psychiatrist has M.D in Psychiatry. A psychologist is trained to offer psychotherapy services that do not include medication and a Psychiatrist's training primarily involves prescribing medicines for treatment of relatively more severe mental disorders.
Psychotherapy is essentially talk therapy wherein a therapist helps the client reduce his/her emotional disturbances. It is a collaborative effort to identify the reasons for the client’s emotional disturbance and then to actively work on different solutions for it.
Yes, REBT will be useful to you in your personal life. REBT is a marvelous tool that aims to teach people how to help themselves to lead a satisfying life and to consistently keep dealing not only with grave disturbances but also day-to-day problems one faces in the process of living. People from all walks of life and varied age groups can use it for self-help for problems like Self-Blame, Self-Pity, Clinical anger, guilt, shame, extreme irritation, dissatisfaction, depression, hopelessness, anxiety; behaviors like procrastination, indecisiveness, over-compulsiveness, avoidance and withdrawal.