First steps in REBT: A Guide to Practicing REBT in Peer by Windy Dryden

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Thus, in holding her self-acceptance belief she avoids making the part-whole error. ” iB: Client’s depreciation belief rB: Client’s acceptance belief You need to help your client acknowledge that her self-depreciation belief leads to unhealthy results for her, while her self-acceptance belief leads to healthier results. As before, as you do this, use the information provided by your client when you discussed the iB-C, rB-New C connections if you need to (see Point 11on page 26). ” After the questioning you have undertaken, your client “should” indicate that she wishes to work to strengthen her conviction in her self-acceptance belief and to weaken her conviction in her selfdepreciation belief and be able to give coherent reasons for her answer.

Use the diagram on page 57 (Figure 3) with your client to illustrate this visually, if necessary. 56 Your client’s HFT belief is as follows: It would be difficult for me to tolerate it if “A” happened ... but I can tolerate it (and it is worth it to do so). Encourage her to see that her HFT belief is logical since both parts are non-extreme and thus the second component logically follows from the first. Again, use the template in Figure 3 with your client to illustrate this visually, if necessary.

Really experience this disturbed emotion for a moment or two and then change your emotional response to a healthy negative emotion, while all the time focusing intently on the adversity at A. Do not change the intensity of the emotion, just the emotion. Thus, if your original unhealthy negative emotion was anxiety, change this to concern; if it was depression, change it to sadness. Change shame to disappointment, guilt to remorse, hurt to sorrow, unhealthy anger to healthy anger, unhealthy jealousy to healthy jealousy and unhealthy envy to healthy envy.

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