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Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy is one of the variations of CBT that is very effective in treating multiple health disorders. REBT was developed by Albert Ellis, a psychologist. REBT is an approach that helps individuals replace their irrational beliefs with healthier more realistic ones. Such an approach helps a person deal with multiple issues like depression, anxiety, stress, and more.

REBT postulates that our emotions, cognition, and behavior are all interconnected. This means that the emotions arising from the occurrence of an event are directly related to the previously held beliefs we have regarding those events. So, changing these beliefs is understood to lead to a change in the emotions we feel during the occurrence of the events.

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What happens during an REBT session?

Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy sessions are conducted under the supervision of an experienced psychologist. During a session, the therapist will help you identify the beliefs that are causing distress to you and help you replace them with healthier beliefs.

Is REBT effective for Schizophrenia?

REBT is a therapeutic option that helps an individual cope with different symptoms of the disorder like hallucinations, delusions, and more.

How many sessions of REBT will I need to recover?

The duration of the treatment option depends on the nature and severity of the disorder. Only a mental health professional will be able to accurately tell you how long the treatment will last.

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