Change your thinking, change your feelings Integrating Professor Albert Ellis’s Rational Emotive Therapy & Philosophy (REBT) We often live by many rules in our life. These rules express themselves in the use of language we use which consists of ‘musts’, ‘shoulds’ and ‘oughts’. Professor Albert Ellis calls them ‘mustabatories’. He also coined the phrase awfulising. Here are some samples of both: I must have love or approval from everyone that I meet. I must perform all my tasks perfectly, making no mistakes, if I am to be worthwhile Because I want people to treat me fairly, they must do so. … Continue reading Change Your Thinking – Change Your Feelings
How can NLP help you to resolve many of the Project / Program management issues? NLP can help in the following areas as a starter: Elicit measureable, agreeable, specific scope definition using just three simple frame works that NLP presents Deliver to stakeholder expectations, maximising existing project resources How to get through barriers and establish progress from day 1 in your project Properly utilize governance support, not wasting your time and not wasting their time Generating agreement using language patterns to move people from no agreement to agreement and using specific NLP communication formats consistently so all parties will be … Continue reading Attention: Project and Program Managers
Shows Gloria, a patient, engaged in therapy with three psychotherapists who have different theories. Includes descriptions of each theory. Part I features her interview with Carl Rogers a client-centred therapist. Part II features Frederick Perls, a Gestalt therapist. Part III … Continue reading 3 approaches to Psychotherapy: Carl Rogers, Fritz Perls, Albert Ellis
Do you know you have a choice to be calm rather than feel stressed? Professor Albert Ellis’s Rational Emotive Therapy & Philosophy, just like NLP, had demonstrated this choice.
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