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Using Rational-Emotive Therapy Effectively A Practitioner"s Guide (Applied Clinical Psychology) by Michael E. Bernard

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Behavioural theory (Behaviourism),
  • Rational emotive behavior ther,
  • Psychotherapy - General,
  • Psychology,
  • Rational emotive behavior therapy,
  • Clinical Psychology,
  • Psychiatry - General,
  • Medical-Psychiatry - General,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Clinical Psychology,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Psychotherapy,
  • Psychology-Clinical Psychology,
  • Rational-emotive psychotherapy,
  • Psychotherapy, Rational-Emotiv,
  • Psychotherapy, Rational-Emotive,
  • methods

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages372
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9376234M
ISBN 100306437554
ISBN 109780306437557

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The initial conceptualization of this book was much more narrow than the final product that has emerged. I started out believing that it would be enlightening to have a group of acknowledged rational-emotive therapy (RET) expert practitioners with well-established literary credentials write about how they approach the problem of modifying dient irrationality. Main Using Rational-Emotive Therapy Effectively: A Practitioner’s Guide Using Rational-Emotive Therapy Effectively: A Practitioner’s Guide Albert Ellis (auth.), Michael E. Bernard (eds.). Created in the s by the coauthor, Albert Ellis, rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) was the pioneering cognitive–behavioral therapy. In essence, REBT helps clients learn to challenge their own irrational thinking and develop the habit of thinking in beneficial and rational : each pair to role-play a therapy session using Ellis’s Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy approach. The client may resemble the client in the video, a current or previous real-life client, someone they know personally, or even themselves. Participants should switch roles if time Size: KB.

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy: The Basics R = Rational Most people realize that when they think more rationally and reasonably, their life goes better. So this piece of REBT makes sense to them. E = Emotive Most people understand that their emotions are affected by what happens to them and how they think about those events.   Rational emotive behavior therapy is a type of therapy that helps to reframe irrational thought patterns. It can help with a variety of conditions, including depression and : Crystal Raypole. Rational Emotive Therapy, Cognitive Therapy and medication in the treatment of major depressive disorder: Theory of change analysis. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 4, To cite the Romanian REBT manual/protocol for depression (used in Romania): • David, D. (ed.) (). Rational Size: KB. Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) is a short-term form of psychotherapy that helps you identify self-defeating thoughts and feelings, challenge the rationality of those feelings, and replace them with healthier, more productive beliefs.

Get this from a library! Using rational-emotive therapy effectively: a practitioner's guide. [Michael Edwin Bernard;]. The book begins with an explanation of rational emotive behavior therapy as a general treatment model and then addresses different treatment modalities, including individual, couple, family, and sex therapy. Skills in Rational Emotive Behaviour Counselling and Psychotherapy is a practical guide to the application of the rational emotive behavior approach at each In M. E. Bernard (Ed.), Using rational-emotive therapy effectively: A practitioner's Dryden, W , Skills in rational emotive behaviour: counselling & psychotherapy, Skills in. applications of rational-emotive behavior therapy (REBT) in schools in the form of teaching children how to deal with difficult circumstances and people and to manage their own emotions through the use of rational beliefs and thinking. This paper reviews Ellis’ theory of mental health as applied to childhood.