Overcoming destructive beliefs, feelings, and behaviors : new directions for rational emotive behavior therapy / Albert Ellis.
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- ISBN: 1573928798 (alk. paper)
- Physical Description: 421 p. ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: Amherst, N.Y. : Prometheus Books, 2001.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 403-411) and index.
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New directions for Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy -- Profound therapy -- Using postmodernism and constructivism in psychotherapy -- Issues in counseling in the postmodern era -- Why rational emotive therapy to rational emotive behavior therapy? -- Overcoming destructive beliefs, feelings, and behaviors -- REBT diminishes much of the human ego -- Special features of rational emotive behavior therapy -- The humanism of rational emotive behavior therapy -- General semantics and rational emotive behavior therapy -- The main change agent in effective psychotherapy is specific technique and skill --Brief therapy -- Vigorous REBT disputing and the technique of rational emotive imagery -- REBT and marriage and family therapy -- REBT and its application to group therapy -- The use of hypnosis and REBT -- REBT as an internal control psychotherapy -- The importance of cognitive processing in facilitating accepting in psychotherapy -- The rise of cognitive behavior therapy -- The future of cognitive behavior therapy and rational emotive behavior therapy -- Treating specific emotional and behavioral problems and severe personality disorders with Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy -- Some main treatment practices of rational emotive behavior therapy -- Treating individuals with depressive disorders -- Treating individuals with anxiety disorders -- Treating individuals with low frustration tolerance -- Treating elderly people with emotional and behavioral disturbances -- Treating individuals with severe perfectionism -- Treating individuals with morbid jealousy -- Treating individuals with addictive behaviors -- Treating individuals with borderline personality disorders -- Treating individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorders -- Treating individuals with post-traumatic stress disorders -- Tentative conclusion.
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