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Overview

According to the ABC model of REBT, one’s reaction is not a result of the event or the situation but that of their irrational beliefs. This is why the goal of REBT is to identify in order to change the irrational beliefs, which automatically results in a change of the emotional reaction, in the case of anxiety disorders – anxiety and related behaviours.

There are three main ways in which REBT can help an individual with anxiety:
Problem-solving. If, for instance, someone hasn’t messaged you back and you have negative thoughts like they don’t like you that is making you feel negative emotion, problem-solving would help you explore the other potential reasons for their not contacting you – being busy, forgetting about it, them losing interest, etc.
Coping. Coping skills can help you deal with the consequences of your irrational beliefs. These skills could be meditation, relaxation, visualizations, etc.
Cognitive Restructuring. This can help you see the situation in a different light, such as someone’s losing interest in you does not imply that you are unworthy of love.
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How effective is REBT for Anxiety?

REBT is effective in helping the individual with anxiety recognize and challenge their irrational beliefs that lead to their anxious feelings, thereby reducing them.

What are the benefits of REBT for Anxiety?

There are various benefits of REBT for Anxiety such as –

  • It helps individuals understand how their irrational ways of thinking contribute to their anxious emotion and not the situation itself, which makes them gather a sense of control over their anxiety.
  • It helps the individual identify their ‘shoulds’ and ‘musts’, challenging which helps reduce anxiety.
  • It helps individuals become more accepting of themselves and others around them, thereby letting go of rigid thought patterns and decreasing the associated anxiety.
  • It equips individuals with coping skills and engages them in practicing certain techniques that help the individual cope with their anxiety.

How many numbers of sessions are required?

The number of sessions required differs from individual to individual, even if they have the same anxiety disorder.