R.A.D.A.R.: A Five-Session Approach for Referrals of Employee Assistance Programs
Morris, G. Barry, Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy
This paper outlines a five-session approach based on rational-emotive therapy for clients referred through an Employee Assistance Program. Fundamental to the approach are the four operations of the human condition-sensing, feeling, thinking, behaving-and the concept of preferential or specialized therapy. Each session is described in terms of the four processes, the procedures involved, and the desired outcomes. A case study is included in order to demonstrate the methods employed. The assumptions and limitations of the approach are also examined.
The popularity of Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) has grown rapidly in the past decade as private, public, and …
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Publication information: Article title: R.A.D.A.R.: A Five-Session Approach for Referrals of Employee Assistance Programs. Contributors: Morris, G. Barry - Author. Journal title: Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy. Volume: 6. Issue: 4 Publication date: January 1, 1992. Page number: 259+. © Springer Publishing Company 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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