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Getting started with REBT : a concise guide for clients

Author: Windy Dryden
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) encourages a healthier outlook by teaching individuals to challenge their irrational thoughts. This book provides a guide to assessing the suitability of  Read more...

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Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Windy Dryden
ISBN: 1583919384 9781583919385 1583919392 9781583919392
OCLC Number: 65644341
Description: viii, 127 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Part I. Preparing You to Give Informed Consent --
Part Ia. The Theory of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy --
How REBT Makes Sense of Emotional Problems and the Healthy Alternatives to These Problems --
The Situational ABC Model --
Characteristics of Irrational Beliefs and Rational Beliefs --
Demands versus Non-dogmatic Preferences --
Awfulising Beliefs versus Anti-awfulising Beliefs --
Low Frustration Tolerance (LFT) Beliefs versus High Frustration Tolerance (HFT) Beliefs --
Depreciation Beliefs versus Acceptance Beliefs --
Part Ib. The Practice of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy --
REBT is Problem-focused --
REBT is Goal-directed --
REBT is Structured and Logical in its Practice --
REBT has an Educational Focus --
REBT is Primarily Present-centred and Future-oriented --
REBT has a Skills Emphasis --
In REBT, the Therapist is Largely Active and Directive --
The Process of REBT. It's Decision Time --
Part II. Dealing with Emotional Problems Using REBT --
Part Iia. Formulate Problems and Set Goals --
Formulate Your Emotional Problems --
Set Goals --
Part Iib. Assess Specific Examples of Your Emotional Problems --
Describe the Situation --
Identify Your Disturbed Reactions at "C". Identify Your "A". Identify Your Goals in the ABC. Identify Your Beliefs --
Review and the Importance of Practising Your ABCs --
Identify any Meta-emotional Problems --
Part Iic. Question Your Irrational and Rational Beliefs --
Question Your Demands and Non-dogmatic Preferences --
Question Your Awfulising and Anti-awfulising Beliefs --
Question Your Low Frustration Tolerance (LFT) and High Frustration Tolerance (HFT) Beliefs --
Question Your Depreciation and Acceptance Beliefs --
Variations on a Theme --
The Importance of Practising Your Disputing Skills --
Part Iid. Strengthen Your Conviction in Your Rational Beliefs --
Use the Attack-response Technique --
Use Rational-Emotive Imagery --
Teach Rational Beliefs to Others --
Use Rational Self-statements --
Rehearse Your Rational Beliefs While Acting and Thinking in Ways that are Consistent with these Beliefs --
Part Iie. Other Issues --
Reconsider "A". Identify and Deal with Core Irrational Beliefs --
A Final Note.
Other Titles: Getting started with rational emotive behavior therapy
Responsibility: Windy Dryden.
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