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Developing Rational Emotive Behavioural Counselling

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Designed to help counseling professionals improve their skills within the rational emotive behavioral counseling (REBC) approach, this volume provides a practical yet intensive look at REBC. An introduction to the four basic principles and practice of the approach begin the volume, which the authors have organized into three parts that examine crucial REBC areas. First, authors Windy Dryden and Joseph Yankura look at developing and maintaining a therapeutic alliance, covering such issues as developing a shared language with clients and ensuring that clients have reasonable self-helping goals. They go on to explore how REBC skills--such as identifying clients' core beliefs--can be improved. The authors also discuss the process of helping clients to use REBC between counseling sessions, for example, by negotiating homework assignments. The volume concludes by examining how practitioners' personal and professional skills can be enhanced through supervision and a rational self-care philosophy. Developing Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy is must reading for professionals and students in the counseling and mental health fields.
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Designed to help counseling professionals improve their skills within the rational emotive behavioral counseling (REBC) approach, this volume provides a practical yet intensive look at REBC. An introduction to the four basic principles and practice of the approach begin the volume, which the authors have organized into three parts that examine crucial REBC areas. First, authors Windy Dryden and Joseph Yankura look at developing and maintaining a therapeutic alliance, covering such issues as developing a shared language with clients and ensuring that clients have reasonable self-helping goals. They go on to explore how REBC skills--such as identifying clients' core beliefs--can be improved. The authors also discuss the process of helping clients to use REBC between counseling sessions, for example, by negotiating homework assignments. The volume concludes by examining how practitioners' personal and professional skills can be enhanced through supervision and a rational self-care philosophy. Developing Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy is must reading for professionals and students in the counseling and mental health fields.

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Author Dryden, Windy; Yankura, Joseph
Publisher Sage Pubns Ltd
Place London
Year 1995
Edition First edition thus
ISBN 9780803977556
Binding Paperback
Condition New

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