I Will Be Speaking Sat. (01/26/08)

San Francisco Atheists | January 2008 Newsletter
       January Program Meeting: Dr. Michael Edelstein
      This month our guest speaker is Dr. Michael Edelstein, who will offer "Your Own Individual Psychotherapy Session." Dr. Edelstein will present the principles of his Three Minute Therapy (TMT), which is based on Albert Ellis' Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). Then he will take each of you through the process of identifying and overcoming a psychological problem you would like help with. You will learn how to conquer anxiety, depression, relationship problems, addictions, and more.

      Dr. Michael R. Edelstein is in private practice in San Francisco and is the award-winning author of Three Minute Therapy, a self-help book for overcoming common emotional and behavioral problems. In his practice, Dr. Edelstein specializes in the treatment of anxiety, depression, relationship problems, and addictions, and is one of the few practitioners of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) in the Bay Area. He is available for telephone therapy at 415-673-3848. Dr. Edelstein is also a SMART Recovery Professional Advisor. Dr. Edelstein lectures nationally and internationally, appears on radio and television, and is published in psychological journals. He writes the advice column, "Ask Dr. Mike," which appears in the San Francisco Intelligencer. Dr. Edelstein has been a Training Supervisor and Fellow of the Albert Ellis Institute. He is a diplomate in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy from, and is on the Board of Advisors of, the National Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists. He is also Past President of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy. You may find Dr. Edelstein's website at http://www.threeminutetherapy.com.

      6:00 pm Saturday, January 26, 2008
      Schroeder's Restaurant, rear dining room, 240 Front Street. SF Financial District, 2 blocks north of Market, between California and Sacramento Streets. Use California Street cable car, or BART/MUNI Embarcadero stop. Parking on street or at nearby garage. Restaurant and bar remain open after meeting.

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