Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy: Advances in Theory and Practice
The aim of this book is to demonstrate the complexities of REBT in order to do justice to a system of psychotherapy that is both sophisticated and efficient in tackling emotional disturbance.
1. Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy 9rebt), An Overview.
2. Trends in Rebt, 1955-95.
3. Rebt and The Question iof Free will.
4. An Elaboration of The Rebt Concept of Ego Disturbance.
5.beyond Low frustration Tolerance and Discomfort Disturbance, The Case for The Term 'non-ego Distrubance'.
6. Some Reflections on Rational Beliefs.
7. The Use of chaining in Rebt.
8. The Intricacies of Inference Chaining.
9. When Laddering and The Downward Arrow can be Used as Adjuncts to Inference Chaining in Rebt assessment.
10. Further Methods of Identifying The Critical A.
11. Blundering into Disputing, The Perils of Inadequate Assessment, Overzealousness and insensitivity.
12. Structured Disputing of Irrational Beliefs.