Thinking Processes Involved in Irrational Beliefs and Their Disturbed Consequences
- Rational emotive behavior therapy after Ellis: Predictions for the future. Weinrach, Stephen G.; Ellis, Albert // Journal of Mental Health Counseling;Oct95, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p413
Predicts the status of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) after the death of Albert Ellis, its progenitor. Names of respondents that provided the predictions; Preventive education and therapy; Adoption of more effective ways to help mental health clients help themselves.
- Postmodern ethics for active-directive counseling and psychotherapy. Ellis, Albert // Journal of Mental Health Counseling;Jul97, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p211
Studies how Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy includes some basic postmodern ideas. Absolute certainty about reality; Identification of universal truths; Influence of cultural rearing on human behavior; Cognitive structures of disturbed people.
- Albert Ellis's theoretical ark: Reactions of a reader. Ginter, Earl J. // Journal of Mental Health Counseling;Jul97, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p226
Comments on a study on the postmodern ideas in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy. Remarks that rest on a relatively firm ground of support; Contradictions in the expositions; Implications on the expansion of theoretical approaches.
- The humanism of rational emotive behavior therapy and other cognitive bahavior therapies. Ellis, Albert // Journal of Humanistic Education & Development;Dec96, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p69
Focuses on rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) which is one of the main humanistic psychotherapies. Detailed information on REBT; Characteristics of persons with this disorder; What does REBT consists of; Some of the major self-sabotaging philosophies; Information on cognitive-behavior...
- Rational emotive behavior therapy has a humanistic orientation--definitely. Woods, Paul J. // Journal of Humanistic Education & Development;Dec96, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p89
Argues the theory that rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) is not humanistic. Reasons for assesment of theory; Problems which persons who work with patients with the disorder encounter; What is secular humanism; Reference material.
- Testing an REBT theory: The effects of rational beliefs, irational beliefs, and their control or... Bond, Frank W.; Dryden, Windy // International Journal of Psychotherapy;Jun96, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p55
Presents two experiments which examined the validity of rational emotive behavior therapy's (REBT's) suggestion that contents do not influence the effect which rational and irrational beliefs have on the functionality of inferences (FI). Theoretical information on REBT; Impact of beliefs on FI;...
- Brief Christian and non-Christian rational-emotive therapy... Johnson, W. Brad; Ridley, Charles R. // Counseling & Values;Apr92, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p220
Presents a study of operationalized Christian form of rational-emotive therapy and comparison of the efficacy of this treatment with a version of brief rational-emotive therapy with depressed Christian clients. Effectiveness of both treatments; Long-standing antagonism of rationale-emotive...
- Rational emotive behavior therapy: Humanism in action. Hill, Larry K. // Journal of Humanistic Education & Development;Dec96, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p93
Presents information on rational emotive behavioral therapy (REBT) as a method of translating humanist concepts into humanist behavior. Impact of philosophy on this type of therapy; Reference to Albert Ellis and his writings; What is the central focus of REBT; Dysfunctional emotions which are...
- Some contemporary rational emotive behavior therapy songs. Watts, Richard E. // Journal of Humanistic Education & Development;Dec96, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p117
Focuses on songs which are related to rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT). Songs include `Fallibility,' lyrics by Richard E. Watts, `Low Frustration Tolerance Theme,' `Obsessive Lover's Concerto,' and `Oh Why Do I Choose Misery.'