rational-emotive therapy


rational–emo·tive therapy

noun \-i-ˈmōt-iv-\

Definition of RATIONAL-EMOTIVE THERAPY

: cognitive therapy based on a theory of Albert Ellis that a patient can be taught to effect emotional well-being by changing negative and irrational thoughts to positive and rational ones

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