New Feature: Read any good books lately?

Posted by Rex Alexander on Tue 2 Oct 18 in Books & Media, Read any good books lately?, Regular Columns & Features |

Ready Any Good Books Lately?

Your  Book, DVD & Media Review


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Please share your thoughts on a book, DVD or other media you found valuable related to REBT-CBT, General Semantics, Rational Thinking, Rational Living, other approaches to psychology, counseling and therapy. You need not be a psychologist nor a professional writer, and your review needn’t be New York Times Book Review material. Sincere, thoughtful and well-written will do just fine. Click for guidelines and to submit your review. Thank you!

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This candid autobiography, the last work by renowned psychologist Albert Ellis, is a tour de force of stimulating ideas, colorful descriptions of memorable people and events, and straightforward, no-nonsense talk. Ellis, the creator of one of the most successful forms of psychotherapy—Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT)—recounts the memorable episodes of his life; discusses how he coped with emotional problems at different stages of life; describes his love life; and subjects his own self-description to a ruthlessly honest critique. 


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