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Rational emotive behaviour therapy in India : very brief therapy for problems of daily living

Author: Windy Dryden
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2019.
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Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy in India: Very Brief Therapy for Problems of Daily Living is the first book of its kind to look specifically at using Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) for helping people with problems that are common in India. Based on training workshops given by Professor Windy Dryden in Mumbai, this book presents transcripts of the workshop sessions alongside professional commentary,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version :
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Windy Dryden
ISBN: 9780429199653 0429199651 9780429574344 0429574347 9780429576454 0429576455 9780429578564 0429578563
OCLC Number: 1088407389
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover; Endorsement; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of contents; Introduction; Note; Chapter 1 Understanding problems of daily living and their possible solution: Contributions from Rational Emotive ...; REBT's ABC framework; A = Adversity; B = Basic attitude; Why 'basic attitudes' and not 'beliefs'; Rigid and extreme basic attitudes; Rigid attitudes; Extreme attitudes; Awfulising attitudes; Discomfort intolerance attitudes; Devaluation attitudes; Flexible and non-extreme basic attitudes; Flexible attitudes; Non-extreme attitudes; Non-awfulising attitudes Discomfort tolerance attitudesUnconditional acceptance attitudes; C = Consequences; Unhealthy consequences; Healthy consequences; Understanding problematic responses to adversity; Anxiety; How a person unwittingly maintains anxiety; Depression; Autonomous depression; Sociotropic depression; How a person unwittingly maintains depression; Guilt; How a person unwittingly maintains guilt; Shame; How a person unwittingly maintains shame; Hurt; How a person unwittingly maintains hurt; Problematic anger; How a person unwittingly maintains problematic anger; Problematic jealousy How a person unwittingly maintains problematic jealousyProblematic envy; How a person unwittingly maintains problematic envy; Understanding healthy responses to adversity; Concern: The healthy alternative to anxiety; Sadness: The healthy alternative to depression; Remorse: The healthy alternative to guilt; Disappointment: The healthy alternative to shame; Sorrow: The healthy alternative to hurt; Non-problematic anger: The healthy alternative to problematic anger; Non-problematic jealousy: The healthy alternative to problematic jealousy Non-problematic envy: The healthy alternative to problematic envySummary; Notes; Chapter 2 The practice of REBT in very brief therapeutic conversations; My goals as an REBT therapist in VBTCs; The case of 'Vera'; Four conditions for rapid change; Knowing what to do to change; Having a committed reason to change; Taking appropriate action; Being prepared to accept the costs of personal change, if any; My therapeutic tasks in VBTCs; Adopting a problem-focused approach at the outset; Selecting and working with a target problem; Working with a specific example of the target problem Understanding the target problem in contextAssessing the target problem; Assessing 'C'; Assessing the emotional 'C'; Assessing the behavioural 'C'; Assessing the cognitive 'C'; Assessing 'A'; Assuming 'A' is true; Agreeing to deal with the adversity; Being goal-oriented with respect to adversity; The adversity in goal-setting remains the same as in the problem; Helping the volunteer to set goals at 'C'; Helping the volunteer to set an emotional goal; Helping the volunteer to set behavioural goals; Helping the volunteer to set cognitive goals; Assessing 'B'
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Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy in India: Very Brief Therapy for Problems of Daily Living is the first book of its kind to look specifically at using Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) for helping people with problems that are common in India. Based on training workshops given by Professor Windy Dryden in Mumbai, this book presents transcripts of the workshop sessions alongside professional commentary, followed by reflections from the volunteers themselves. With the emphasis on everyday problems, and clear examples of how REBT is applied, Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy in India will be essential reading for psychotherapists, students, and other mental health professionals working in India, and anyone interested in the cross-cultural application of psychotherapy.

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