New York Society for General Semantics. (News & Notes).
The NYSGS and the Institute of General Semantics sponsored a four-workshop Saturday colloquium, "Putting Counseling Theory into Practice," on November 9 at the Ellis Institute. Albert Ellis spoke about "The Scientific Basis of Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT)"; Kevin Wadalavage, Vice-President of the Outreach Project, spoke on "Applying Research in Practice Settings: Lessons Learned in the Addictions Field," Katherine Liepe-Levinson and Martin Levinson gave a talk on "A General Semantics Approach to Reducing Student Alienation"; and Allen Flagg spoke about "Non-Aristotelian Epistemology Applied to Lucid Dreaming and Lucid Waking."
On December 5th John Sarno, M.D., gave a lecture on "Mind-body Disorders."
At the National Prevention Network conference in San Diego, California, on November 5th, Dr. Martin Levinson and his wife Dr. Katherine Liepe-Levinson gave a presentation on "The use of general semantics in drug prevention."
For more information, including the New York Society's 2003 lecture schedule, or a copy of the Society's newsletter, Verbal Level, contact NYSGS President Allen Flagg at 212532-1467, or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.nysgs.org.
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|Publication:||ETC.: A Review of General Semantics|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Dec 22, 2002|
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