Rational emotive behavior therapy


Rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT), recently called reasonable treatment and judicious emotive treatment, is a functioning mandate, insightfully and observationally based psychotherapy, the point of which is to determine passionate and social issues and aggravations and to assist individuals with driving more joyful and all the more satisfying lives. REBT places that individuals have incorrect convictions about circumstances they are engaged with, and that these convictions cause aggravation, however can be questioned with and changed.



 


  • Problem-solving techniques
  • Cognitive restructuring techniques
  • Coping techniques

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