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Title Advances in REBT : theory, practice, research, measurement, prevention and promotion / Michael E. Bernard, Windy Dryden, editors.

Published Cham : Springer, [2019]
©2019

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Physical description 1 online resource
Series Springer Behavioral Science and Psychology eBooks 2019 English+International
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Intro; Preface; Contents; Chapter 1: Early Theories and Practices of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and How They Have Been Augmented and Revised During the Last Three Decades; Theories and Practices of REBT to Which I Still Subscribe; Revisions in the Theory and Practice of REBT Since 1962; Early Childhood Conditioning; Basic Core Musturbatory Philosophies and Their Derived Attributions and Inferences; Verbalization and Self-Talk; Secondary Disturbances or Symptom Stress; Emotive Methods of REBT; The Increased Use of Behavioral Methods in REBT
Evolutionary Origin of Grandiose Musts and Other Irrational BeliefsREBT and the Scientific Method; Biological Aspects of Human Disturbance; Cool, Warm, and Hot Beliefs in REBT; The Social and Environmental Origin of Neurotic Disturbances; Importantizing and Sacredizing in REBT; The Use of REBT with Children; REBT and Morality; REBT and Personal Worth; The Major Insights of REBT; References; Chapter 2: The Distinctive Features of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy; Introduction; The Distinctive Theoretical Features of REBT; Post-modern Relativism; REBT's Position on Human Nature
REBT's Distinctive "ABC" ModelRigid Beliefs Are at the Very Core of Psychological Disturbance; Extreme Beliefs Are Derived from Rigid Beliefs; Flexible Beliefs Are at the Very Core of Psychological Health; Non-extreme Beliefs Are Derived from Flexible Beliefs; REBT's Position on Negative Emotions; How Clients Create Highly Distorted Inferences: An REBT Perspective; REBT's Position on Human Worth; REBT Distinguishes Between Ego and Discomfort Disturbance (and Health); Ego Disturbance and Health; Discomfort Disturbance and Health; Focus on Meta-disturbance
Biological Basis of Human IrrationalityREBT's Position on the Origin and Maintenance of Psychological Problems; REBT's Position on Psychological Change; REBT Advocates Choice-Based Constructivism and a "Going Against the Grain" View of Change; REBT's Position on Good Mental Health; The Distinctive Practical Features of REBT; REBT's View on the Importance of the Therapeutic Relationship; REBT's Position on Case Formulation; REBT Has a Decided Psycho-educational Emphasis; REBT's Preferred Treatment Order; REBT Advocates an Early Focus on Clients' Rigid and Extreme Beliefs
Helping Clients to Change Their Rigid and Extreme Beliefs to Flexible and Non-extreme BeliefsHelping Clients to Detect Their Rigid and Extreme Beliefs; Helping Clients to Construct Flexible and Non-extreme Beliefs; Helping Clients to Discriminate Their Rigid and Extreme Beliefs from Their Flexible and Non-extreme Alternatives; Disputing Clients' Rigid and Extreme Beliefs and Flexible and Non-extreme Beliefs; REBT Advocates the Use of a Variety of Therapeutic Styles; REBT Encourages Clients to Seek Adversity When Carrying Out Homework Assignments, but Does so Sensibly
Summary This authoritative volume commemorates six decades of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy by assembling its current state of theory, practice, and research. Bedrock chapters on defining features, assessment and measurement, and empirical findings place REBT squarely in the cognitive-behavioral landscape, reinforcing its status as a significant therapeutic approach. The book's palette of applications shows the flexibility and effectiveness of REBT in school, workplace, and other settings, with worried parents and "stuck" athletes, and as a foundation for brief interventions. And the survey of guiding principles and the evolution of the method by REBT founder Albert Ellis is a testament to its enduring clinical value. Included in the coverage: · A comparison of REBT with other cognitive behavior therapies. · The measurement of irrationality and rationality. · Empirical Research in REBT theory and practice. · Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and the working alliance. · Brief interventions in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy. · REBT and positive psychology. · Rational emotive behavior education in schools. Advances in REBT will be welcomed as a definitive reference across the REBT community: frontline clinicians, novices, trainees, students, and researchers. Seasoned practitioners looking to incorporate REBT into their repertoires will find it immensely helpful.
Other author Bernard, Michael Edwin, 1950- editor.
Dryden, Windy, editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Rational emotive behavior therapy.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319931180 (electronic bk.)
3319931180 (electronic bk.)
9783319931173
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-319-93118-0