Learning to perceive differently with rational emotive behavior therapy: an ethical and professional approach to changing client's neurotic disturbances
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CitationArtıran, M. (2012). Learning to perceive differently with rational emotive behavior therapy: an ethical and professional approach to changing client's neurotic disturbances. American Public University.
This review examines REBT as a psychotherapy model and its relationship to learning, perception, neurotic disturbances, personality development, professional and ethical standards in psychotherapy. The objective of this examination is to measure the effectiveness of REBT across these four domains, and also to find out whether REBT can be considered a useful technique. The wealth of research available, both on REBT and on other related issues, provide great help in understanding this form of treatment and produce an important insight into the workings of human learning and development, as well as any possible problems that develop during the process and effective ways of dealing with them. Thus, in this review, understanding the concepts of learning and perception will help to examine REBT’s approach. Additionally, because REBT is an active-directive approach unlike other psychotherapy approaches, this review will briefly evaluate its ethical and professional considerations.
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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