Cognitive therapy (Aaron Beck & Albert Ellis)
A form of therapy that focuses on how clients' cognitions (expectations, attitudes, beliefs, etc) lead to distress and may be modified to relieve distress and promote adaptive behavior.
Rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT)
Albert Ellis's for of therapy that encourages clients to challenge and correct irrational expectations and maladaptive behaviors.
a type of group that aims to foster self-awarness by focusing on how group members relate to each other in a setting that encourages open expression of feelings.
form of therapy in which the family unit is treated as a client.