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How much stimulation is enough?

Posted by Rex Alexander on Sun 6 Jan 19 in Anxiety, Cognitve (Behavior) Therapy, phobias |

  Do you find roller coasters and “thrill rides” to be stimulating and exciting or frightening and enervating?    721 total views, no views today Originally posted 2016-05-18 21:55:56.

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Negative thinking patterns

Posted by Rex Alexander on Tue 1 Jan 19 in David Burns, Depression, Ten Cognitive Distortions |

  Negative thinking patterns can be immensely deceptive and persuasive, and change is rarely easy. But with patience and persistence, I believe that nearly all individuals suffering from depression can improve and experience a sense of joy and self-esteem once again.”           ~David Burns, author “Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy” […]

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A Bouquet of Dr. Burns Classics For You

Posted by Rex Alexander on Mon 17 Dec 18 in Books & Media |

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Is “talk therapy” really limited?

Posted by Rex Alexander on Mon 3 Dec 18 in Books & Media, bookshop, REBT & Other therapies compared |

In a recent discussion, someone wanted to know more about what I meant in a comment where I said that, in the end, all talk therapy is limited.  Here is what I said. Rather than getting into generalities which I don’t have the research at hand to support, I can tell you about my experience, and I have […]

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It’s official! “Awfulize” is now a word!

Posted by Rex Alexander on Sun 25 Nov 18 in Anger, Awfulizing, Awfulzing, Basics, Demanding, Demanding, Emotions, Low Frustration Tolerance, must |

Dr. Ellis coined the term “awfulize” by transforming the adjective “awful” into a verb. The language of REBT can sometimes sound a little contorted, especially when employing “ePrime,” in it’s preference for  using more verbs and adverbs than nouns and adjectives.  Now, it is official! “Awfulizing” has made it to the big time and is […]

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How will I know if I am getting “real” CBT?

Structure of a CBT Session Judith S. Beck, PdH Every so often, I receive the following important question from consumers and potential clients who call our clinic at Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy in search of a referral: “How will I know if I’m getting ‘real’ CBT?” Good question! Read Dr. Beck's complete blog […]

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The Effectiveness of CBT in Treating OCD

Posted by Fudd on Sun 18 Nov 18 in Anxiety, Cognitve (Behavior) Therapy, Guest Author |

According to Lata K. McGinn, PhD Cognitive Behavior Therapists (CBT) use systematic strategies to implement change following the development of idiographic case formulations, and are based on cognitive and behavioral models of psychopathology.1

Although structured assessments are used to diagnose conditions, …

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Christine’s experience with CBT

Posted by Rex Alexander on Sat 17 Nov 18 in Basics |

  Hi REBT Mates! Christine Richardson posted the following as a comment in our long and perennial discussion about the differences between REBT and CBT. It is wonderful, thoughtful, and deserves a post of it’s own. I think you will find it interesting and moving.  Unfortunately, the system seems to have eaten Christine’s member info […]

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It’s perennial: Difference between REBT & CBT???

Posted by Rex Alexander on Mon 10 Sep 18 in REBT & Other therapies compared |

We are pleased to have Dr. Edelstein discuss the differences between REBT and CBT. Albert Ellis introduced Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) in 1955, a radical change from the traditional therapies popular at the time.  6,016 total views, 1 views today Originally posted 2017-09-15 00:00:57.

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