|Author:||Albert Ellis PhD,Ted Crawford|
|Publisher:||Impact (October 1, 2000)|
|Other formats:||docx txt mbr lrf|
This is the first book to apply Dr. Ellis's famous "Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy" principles to intimate relationships.
This is the first book to apply Dr.
He published over 700 articles and composed more than 200 rational songs. Ellis's famous Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy principles to intimate relationships. Making Intimate Connections : 7 Guidelines for Better Couple Communication. by Albert Ellis and Ted Crawford.
Making intimate connections. Seven clear guidelines for better couple communication, together with Albert Ellis' famous "Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy" principles, make this book a powerful resource for couples. a ge. - -Arnold A. Lazarus, P.
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Feeling better, getting better, staying better. Making intimate connections: seven guidelines for great relationships and better communication (with Ted Crawford). Growth through reason: verbatim cases in rational emotive therapy. How to control your anger before it controls you (with Raymond C. Tafrate). Murder and assassination (with John M. Gullo). My philosophy of psychotherapy.
Albert Ellis was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in 1913. Books by Albert Ellis. Making Intimate Connections: Seven Guidelines for Great Relationships and Better Communication (with Ted Crawford, 2000). He had a very distant emotional relationship with his parents and described his mother as a self-centered woman who struggled with bipolar. Despite his own personal health issues, Ellis helped to raise his younger brother and sister until he could leave the family to study at the City University of New York. After graduating in 1934 with a bachelor’s degree in business, Ellis first attempted a career in business and then another as a writer. The Folklore of Sex (1951).
Rebuilding Books For Relationships, Divorce, and Beyond. Making Intimate Connections: Seven Guidelines for Great Relationships and Better Communication, by the father of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Albert Ellis, P. New York), and Ted Crawford (Arizona). Marital Myths Revisited: A Fresh Look at Two Dozen Mistaken Beliefs About Marriage, by internationally renowned psychologist Arnold Lazarus, P. of Rutgers University (New Jersey).
Making Intimate Connections: Seven Guidelines for Great Relationships and Better Communication. Dozens of real-life couple vignettes show readers how they can readily learn and implement the seven guidelines in their own lives.