What you'll learn
- How to identify their irrational thoughts and make them more rational
- How to change their dysfunctional emotions
- How to change their maladaptive behaviours
- How to lead a more balanced and happier life
- How to be in control of their life
- How to make the connection between what they think and how they feel and behave
- How to be more productive
- There are no specific requirements for this course
The way you think influences the way you feel and behave. Irrational thoughts will lead to emotional distress and behavioral problems. Rational thoughts will help you experience positive emotions or negative, yet adaptive emotions. We all experience both types of thoughts - rational and irrational. But few know how to identify and separate them, so often they rule our life. Learn how to identify your irrational thinking patterns and make them more rational, through rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT). Most times, we make the mistake of thinking that the events are the ones that bother us, which gives us little to no control at all. In fact, it is us that interpret all the events in our lives (both internal and external), and make them more or less important. Being able to understand this connection and differentiate the existing reality from the one we create, makes a whole lot of difference. You will learn how to make the connection between your thoughts and the way you feel and behave. This way, you will regain control of your life, feel happier and more productive. How will we do that? Simply - by teaching you the main disputing techniques that will give you control over your thoughts and thus, over your emotions and behaviors.
Who this course is for:
- People who want to identify their irrational thinking patterns
- People who want to experience less dysfunctional emotions
- People who want to have less maladaptive behaviours
I am a professional trainer, psychologist and photographer. For more than 20 years, I have designed, implemented and delivered soft skills trainings in organizations all over the world. I worked with hundreds of thousands of people on their personal and professional development. I also teach at a major University in my country and work with thousands of students each year. I am really blessed to be able to work in the areas that are my passions - human development and psychology.
My other passion is photography. I’ve always liked photography, even if it sounds like a cliché. The first photos I took without knowing how to do that, without any attention to framing, subject or composition. After a while, I began to understand what is happening in the space between me as a photographer and the subject I was photographing. And many years later, I also understood why I like to photograph. So that I can communicate: a message, an emotion, a concept.