By Windy Dryden
`A remarkably important publication for the practitioners of Rational Emotive Behaviour remedy and different kinds of Cognitive Behaviour remedy. Very truly and intensively covers what powerful healing switch is and the therapist's and the client's position in following it and in battling opposed to relapsing. Dryden's and Neenan's e-book comprises many details 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 suite of 5 transcripts of remedy periods carried out by means of Albert Ellis, the founder of Rational Emotive Behaviour treatment (REBT). With observation through Windy Dryden, bestselling writer and specialist on REBT, Albert Ellis stay! presents a distinct chance to `listen in' on a grasp therapist engaging in the remedy which he originated. all the 5 transcripts offers a counselling consultation carried out via Ellis himself with a volunteer consumer. each one transcript is observed via a observation, during which Windy Dryden explains what Ellis is doing and why. released in get together of Ellis' ninetieth birthday, Albert Ellis dwell! may be important to scholars and practitioners of this method, supplying them a different perception into the speculation and perform of REBT.
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Now in Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy we think that you’re making yourself enraged. She is not enraging you... For the first time in this interview, Ellis introduces REBT’s famous ABC model and makes the key point that Fiona makes herself feel angry about her work colleague. Her work colleague does not make her angry. Fiona: You are right about that. ] No one else is being annoyed by her. Ellis: That’s exactly the point. [Fiona: Only I] Right so at (B), your Belief System, you are telling yourself something about her that is making you angry and I could guess from our theory, our ABC theory, what it is – but let’s see if you could figure it out.
That’s right, you could do that... Like screaming at someone. That’s right, you could deliberately scream. You’d pick somebody that’s not too vulnerable – because we don’t want you to hurt them – we don’t want you to pick a little child or something like that, but somebody that you could get temporarily angry towards – scream at them, because you feel ashamed, not feel ashamed and then later show them why you did it, you see because we don’t want anybody else to be hurt in the process. Or something else where you would really be thoroughly ashamed to do it, to risk it because all your life you have avoided this risk, you’ve sat on your feelings, you’ve sat on your anger, you’ve sat on everything and avoided it.
Fiona clearly shows that she wants to be assertive. Ellis: Right, but if we got you un-angry but still displeased with her behaviour and then assertive and we got you to not down yourself in case she and other people came back [pounds for emphasis] at you when you’re assertive, wouldn’t that solve the problem? Notice how comprehensive and concise Ellis is here in this short statement. qxd 6/5/03 4:32 PM Page 45 COMMENTARY ON ELLIS’S INTERVIEW WITH FIONA 45 • make herself displeased rather than angry about her work colleague’s behaviour; • assert herself with her colleague; • accept herself in the face of her colleague’s (and others’) negative reaction to her assertion.
Albert Ellis Live! by Windy Dryden