PCN-107 Week 4 DQ 2 Rational emotional behavioral therapy, a type of cognitive behavioral approach, is also void of self-evaluation
Rational emotional behavioral therapy, a type of cognitive behavioral approach, is also void of self-evaluation. A client is urged to let go of the idea that there is judgment involved in determining if a person is worthy or not. Using this concept, clients are urged to believe they are valuable just as they are. If you had a client who had ego disturbance because of continual self-judgment, what types of exercises could you have them work on to change their own self-image?
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Course: PCN-107: Introduction to Counseling Theories
School: Grand Canyon University