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while trying to change what they can change and live as elegantly as possible with what they cannot change. 9 In his first major book on rational therapy, Ellis wrote that the central principle of his approach, that people are rarely emotionally affected by external events but rather by their thinking about such events, "was originally discovered and stated by the ancient Stoic philosophers". By doing so, the client is actively acting against the belief that often is contributing significantly to the disturbance. In these target problems, situational dysfunctional emotions, behaviors and beliefs are assessed in regards to the client's values and goals. The B s, irrational beliefs that are most important in the A-B-C model are explicit and implicit philosophical meanings and assumptions about events, personal desires, and preferences. After working through these problems, the client learns to generalize insights to other relevant situations. Further rebt the Process of Food Consumption generally posits that disturbed evaluations to a large degree occur through over-generalization, wherein people exaggerate and globalize events or traits, usually unwanted events or traits or behavior, out of context, while almost always ignoring the positive events or traits or behaviors. Ellis alludes to similarities between rebt and the general semantics when explaining the role of irrational beliefs in self-defeating tendencies, citing Alfred Korzybski as a significant modern influence on this thinking.
Mohlo by se vm tak lbit. 25 rebt theorists have argued in reply that a careful study of rebt shows that it is both philosophically deep, humanistic and individualized collaboratively working on the basis of the clients point of reference. The efficacy of rational-emotive therapy: A quantitative review of the outcome research. As Ellis emphasizes: 17 "Because of their self-consciousness and their ability to think about their thinking, they can very easily disturb themselves about their disturbances and can also disturb themselves about their ineffective attempts to overcome their emotional disturbances." Mental wellness edit As would. A vast amount of outcome and experimental studies support the effectiveness of rebt and CBT. (2004) Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy: It Works for MeIt Can Work for You. Gerber, Stephanie 248 K 333K, do koku, cohen, Suzy 286 K 384K, do koku, becker, Friedbert 140 K 179K. For example, awfulizing is partly mental magnification of the importance of an unwanted situation to a catastrophe or horror, elevating the rating of something from bad to worse than it should be, to beyond totally bad, worse than bad to the intolerable and. This is partly because all humans are continually evolving and are far too complex to accurately rate; all humans do both self-defeating / socially defeating and self-helping / socially helping deeds, and have both beneficial and un-beneficial attributes and traits at certain times and.