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If you have the rigorous honesty necessary to conduct self-analysis, this book can be the most important one you have read. For although it makes no promises, it can help you more than all the other self-help books put together. Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy can teach any intelligent person how to stop feeling miserable about practically anything.
Anger is a basic emotion that is experienced by everyone. Both the experience and expression of anger, however, have been linked to health, interpersonal, professional, and sometimes legal problems. The detrimental effects of anger have been known for a long time. Therefore, it is no surprise that anger is a common force that leads people to seek professional help. This book provides an overview of anger in a clinical context, from conceptualization to treatment approaches.
Simple step-by-step program to help you manage
Fascinating letters between Dr. Ellis and Dr. Reiss cover controversial sexual issues of the 1950s and ‘60s.
Shows how to use REBT to help young people cope with adversities.
Inspiring new book equips the therapist with the theoretical foundations and practical models necessary for effective grief counseling. As a foremost authority on grief and bereavement, the author shows how to use REBT to help people cope with their sorrow.
Helpful guide for teenagers undergoing the difficulties
of a family breakup. Also useful for parents, therapists, and school counselors.
Albert Ellis was an icon of 20th century psychology and a founder of the cognitive behavioral movement. In this book, a collection of 22 chapters, the editors trace the evolution of Ellis' philosophy and methodology from its Freudian roots to present day Cognitive Behavior Therapy using Dr. Ellis' writings, including some collaborations with other authors. A sampling of the chapters are: Conquering Depression, Modern Marriage: Hotbed of Neurosis, The Origins of Rational-Emotive Psychotherapy, and Guilt, Responsibility and Psychotherapy
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