Carl Rogers From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Rogers Although REBT rejects some of the basic tenants of his “person centered” approach and his proposition that “getting in touch with feelings” is itself therapeutic, Carl Rogers remains one of the most important and influential psychologists of the 20th Century, one of the founders of humanistic psychology, […]
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A Loyal Reader asks : How many books on REBT/CBT does a non-professional need to read? Good question! To find out, click the blue link below… 2,928 total views, 0 views today Originally posted 2013-02-05 21:36:37.
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Political Correct vs. Free Speech? What on Earth could REBT have to say about “political correctness” vs. free speech? 1,106 total views, no views today Originally posted 2014-06-25 07:11:21.
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Â Good Morning All, Are you ready for your morning REBT safari? Have you ever been “pissed beyond all measure”? 2,352 total views, 0 views today Originally posted 2014-10-17 18:57:05.
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Mick wrote: "cannot help but feel that my life has been ruined by this withdrawal process. 10 months out and I am in another wave. I have so much brain fog its unreal, as well as many, many many other debilitating symptoms. I lost the person whom I thought that I would marry one day. […]
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Regarding this (out of context) quote by a phsrink, "Indeed, once my client accepted his thoughts and feelings, shaking off his shame and guilt, he saw his problems with greater clarity and proceeded down the path to recovery", a reader asks How does accepting your thoughts and feelings relate to shaking off shame and guilt? […]
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Some people, I think, are uncomfortable with the concept of “acceptance, believing that acceptance equates to passivity, to “resignation,” to not being proactively engaged in problem solving, in working hard to have a full, rich life. 835 total views, 0 views today Originally posted 2014-04-10 18:13:25.
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