Rational emotive behavior therapy : it works for me--it can work for you /
by Ellis, Albert.Material type: BookPublisher: Amherst, N.Y. : Prometheus Books, 2004Description: 270 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1591021847 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Ellis, Albert, 1913-2007 -- Mental health | Rational emotive behavior therapy | Psychotherapists -- United States -- BiographyOnline resources: Table of contents
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-256) and index.
Introduction: the beginnings of my coping with my disabilities -- My bout with severe headaches -- Early hospitalization -- Separation anxiety in the hospital -- Coping with abysmal parental neglect -- Other childhood difficulties -- How I stopped procrastinating -- Coping with failing, especially in my love affairs -- Coping with failing, especially at writing -- Dealing with damnation for my atheistic views -- Coping with my poor eyesight -- Coping with sex shame and other shame -- The censorship of my first Ph.D. thesis -- Coping with my irritability and anger -- Conducting my lifelong battle with my diabetes -- Coping with my parents' divorce -- How I used my social failings to become a "real" philosopher -- Succeeding in spite of neglect and opposition -- An example of where REBT has helped me in my personal life -- Coping with my divorces -- An example where REBT has not personally worked for me -- Philosophy of sex revolution -- Sequence of the main events of Albert Ellis's recent experiences with serious health ailments -- The care you expect and the care you get when you are really ailing.