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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
REBT…read more

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Introduction
It was developed by Albert Ellis
in the 1950's
Based on the idea that the problem
is the client's way of thinking
They have faulty beliefs about
the world around them,
themselves and the future…read more

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How Does It Work?
Our beliefs are the main influence behind our
emotional well being
Irrational beliefs are disruptive and have negative
outcomes
Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy tries to change
these thoughts…read more

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The ABC model
Negative Event
A Negative Event
Rational Belief B Irrational
Belief
Healthy Unhealthy
Negative
Emotion
C Negative
Emotion…read more

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During the therapy...
the individual changes from negative (I have let down
my family, I'm a loser) to more rational interpretations
of events (I may have failed but if I work harder, next
time I'll nail it).
This helps the patient to become more self accepting
and to feel better.…read more

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