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Title: Albert Eliis Institute
Language of title: English
Author/Creator: Albert Eliis Institute

Description: Albert Ellis is the leading figure behind cognitive behavior therapy, a type of therapy that asks patients to confront their habitual ways of thinking to overcome a variety of emotional and cognitive disorders. Ellis, who many hold up with Freud for his influence on the field of psychology, is credited with founding cognitive behavior therapy and acting as its most vocal and colorful advocates. (Ellis himself calls his psychology Rational-Emotive-Behavior-Therapy (REBT) rather than Cognitive Behavior Therapy, its more common designation). The Albert Ellis Institute provides patient counseling, training in REBT, and conducts research using REBT methods. The website provides information on publications by Albert Ellis and others, additional background on REBT, short biographies of psychologists working with REBTat the institute, information on patient counseling, the institute's contact information, and latest news on the happenings and activities of it's members and founder. (Zach Rowinski 2004-08-01)

Publisher Place: New York, NY
Normalized publisher place: New York, NY
Publisher country: United States
Publisher URL: http://www.rebt.org/
URL: http://www.rebt.org
Subject: Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
Emotional disorders
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT)
Albert Ellis
Classification: Buddhism and Science -- International Science -- Psychology -- Clinical Psychology -- Psychotherapy -- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cultural Coverage: United States
Temporal coverage: 20th century CE
21st century CE
Language: English
Interface Language: English
Format: Online resource
Media type: Image
Resource Type: Announcement
Digital Encoding: html
Reader Rating: useful
Release Flag: OK for viewing
Date Of Record Creation: 2004-08-01 12:00:55
Date Record Checked: 2004-08-01
Date Last Modified: 2006-05-15 16:48:48
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