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By Windy Dryden

`A remarkably valuable publication for the practitioners of Rational Emotive Behaviour remedy and different kinds of Cognitive Behaviour remedy. Very in actual fact and intensively covers what powerful healing switch is and the therapist's and the client's function in following it and in combating opposed to relapsing. Dryden's and Neenan's e-book contains many small print which are frequently passed over from REBT and different cures. Definitive and thoroughgoing!' - Albert Ellis, President of Albert Ellis Institute Albert Ellis dwell! is a set of 5 transcripts of treatment classes performed by means of Albert Ellis, the founder of Rational Emotive Behaviour treatment (REBT). With statement by means of Windy Dryden, bestselling writer and specialist on REBT, Albert Ellis reside! presents a different chance to `listen in' on a grasp therapist engaging in the treatment which he originated. all of the 5 transcripts provides a counselling consultation performed through Ellis himself with a volunteer purchaser. each one transcript is observed through a observation, within which Windy Dryden explains what Ellis is doing and why. released in get together of Ellis' ninetieth birthday, Albert Ellis dwell! may be priceless to scholars and practitioners of this procedure, providing them a different perception into the speculation and perform of REBT.

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Fiona: That’s right] Now whenever we’re angry we’re denying the nature of others. qxd 6/5/03 4:32 PM 44 Page 44 ALBERT ELLIS LIVE! bad, obnoxious, annoying that she should act annoyingly if that’s her nature to act annoyingly. Ellis makes two points here. He emphasises Fiona’s rational belief and shows Fiona that he isn’t challenging her inference at A that her colleague is acting badly. When you challenge clients’ anger-creating irrational beliefs at B they often think that you are challenging their inferences at A.

That’s right. Now you see the vicious circle, you began with selfdowning to begin with and that’s probably why you didn’t speak up. You made yourself very angry. Then you were non-assertive about your feelings and on both levels the original one to down yourself and not speak up and then you blame yourself for not speaking up, so you do a double whammy. [Fiona (laughs): It’s a vicious circle, right] Right, you see. Now I say that if you start at the end again and say to yourself – ‘Yes I didn’t express myself, that was foolish because I would like her to know, as long as I don’t get fired or something, how I feel about her, but if I don’t, I don’t.

And then when I’m not loved I’ll do almost anything because I have to do well and have to be loved and I’ll even rebel. I need: (1) the attention, love – but (2) I need to express myself even when it gets me into trouble – isn’t that what you felt as a child? – and don’t you still feel a lot of that conflict that... qxd 6/5/03 4:32 PM Page 35 COMMENTARY ON ELLIS’S INTERVIEW WITH FIONA 35 clients with a similar story. Again, less experienced REBT therapists should stick much closer to the data provided by the client.

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