About This CourseBeginner
R.E.B.T or Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy to give it it’s full name is a modern effective therapy system that was originally thought up by Albert Ellis during the 1950’s.
R.E.B.T is sometimes referred to as “rational emotive therapy” or simpler still, as “rational therapy”.
R.E.B.T is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) that is focused on helping clients change irrational beliefs, and is one of the very few therapies in psychology that has evidence in support of its effectiveness.
R.E.B.T is known as the rational therapy because at its core, this most modern of therapies is all about understanding how we make sense of our emotions.
Everything we feel and everything we do involves emotions, so Ellis developed this action orientated approach to psychotherapy, which produces results by helping clients manage their emotions, their cognitions, and their behaviors.
This most wonderful and modern of therapies teaches us that it’s not events or things that upset and disturb us, but rather how we view these events or things. In essence, how a person thinks, influences their feelings.
When a person believes illogical and irrational beliefs about themselves, others and the world, psychological problems and mental distress will often be the result.
The goal of REBT is to help people alter these negative thinking patterns and irrational, illogical beliefs, in order to overcome any resulting psychological problems.
I have created this course in such a way that everybody can benefit from this amazing therapy approach. No special knowledge of psychology or therapy is needed, as the course has been written for beginners.
An open mind and a willingness to rethink the way in which you view yourself, others and the world are all that is required for you to gain maximum benefit of the REBT Model.
REBT can be effective for a long list of disorders and issues, with a good body of evidence supporting its effectiveness for each one.
- Various forms of anxiety, especially social anxiety
- Panic attacks
- Eating disorders
- All types of addictions
- Problems related to impulse control
- Problems related to emotional control
- Personality disorders
- Anger management
- Pain management
- Stress management
- Coping with health or disability problems
- Child behavioral issues
- Family relationship issues
- Issues specific to couples
- Personal growth, life goal issues, performance at work issues
As you can see, REBT is a versatile approach, helping people with a wide range of psychological and life issues.
After taking this course you will have the knowledge about:
- What is REBT
- Happiness Self Assessment
- What do I need to benefit from REBT
- What can REBT treat
- Why you need REBT
- Using REBT as a Self Help Model
- How does REBT differ from other therapies
- What are the similarities of REBT with CBT
- How does it differ from CBT
- What is the ABCDE Model
- “A” Exploring “Activating Event”
- “B” Your “Belief Systems”
- Exploring the C in REBT “Consequences”
- Exploring the D in REBT “Disputing”
- “E” Looking at the “Effects” in REBT
- The three Basic Musts
- Type 1 Sub-Beliefs
- Type 2 Sub-Beliefs
- Type 3 Sub-Beliefs
- The three types of acceptance and the three core beliefs
- How to inspect your own beliefs
- Positive Thinking and positive self-talk
- Alternative healthier thinking
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have a clear understanding of REBT and how it can be used on different psychological and life issues.
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Section 1 - Welcome To REBT, Let's Get Started!
What Is R.E.B.T?
Happiness Self Assessment
Section 2 - REBT Resources, Downloadable Templates, Worksheets & More
Introduction To The REBT Resources Section
REBT – Negative Thinking Patterns
Positive Thinking & Positive Self-Talk
Using REBT As A Self-Help Tool
Alternative Healthier Thinking In 10 Steps Worksheet
Rational Beliefs Versus Irrational Beliefs For Depression
Section 3 - REBT: The Modern Effective Therapy System
What Do I Need To Benefit From This Course?
What Can R.E.B.T Treat?
Why Do I Need It?
Section 4 - REBT: The Proven Effective Action Orientated Therapy Approach
Can R.E.B.T Be Used For Self-Help Or Self-Management?
How Does R.E.B.T Differ From Other Therapies?
What Are The Similarities With CBT?
How Does R.E.B.T Differ From CBT?
Section 5 - The ABCDE Model
What Is The ABCDE Model?
The “A” Of The ABCDE Model Stands For “Activating Event”
The “B” Of The ABCDE Model Stands For “Belief System”
The “C” Of The ABCDE Model Stands For “Consequences”
The “D” Of The ABCDE Model Stands For “Disputing”
The “E” Of The ABCDE Model Stands For “Effect”
Section 6 - The "Three Basic Musts" & The Sub-Beliefs Of Each (Type 1, 2 & 3)
The “Three Basic Musts”
Variations Of The “Three Basic Musts” – Type 1 Sub-Beliefs
Variations Of The “Three Basic Musts” – Type 2 Sub-Beliefs
Variations Of The “Three Basic Musts” – Type 3 Sub-Beliefs
Section 7 - REBT In Action Using Case Studies As Examples
Case Studies & Examples: The ABCDE Model
Case Studies & Examples: Disputing
Case Studies & Examples: Effects
Case Studies & Examples: The “Three Basic Musts”
Case Studies & Examples: Identifying Type 1, Type 2 & Type 3 Sub-Beliefs
Emotional & Behavioural Consequences Of The “Three Basic Musts”
Case Studies & Examples: Negative Consequences
Section 8 - The Three Types Of Acceptance
The Three Types Of Acceptance & The Three Core Beliefs Of Each
How To Inspect Your Own Beliefs