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Practical Applications of Rational Emotive Therapy
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Additional References:

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- Bernard, Michael E.; Rational-Emotive Therapy with Children and Adolescents: Treatment Strategies; School Psychology Review, 1990, Vol. 19, Issue 3.

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- Cohen, Elliot; The Use of Syllogism in Rational-Emotive Therapy; Journal of Counseling & Development; Sept 1987, Vol. 66.

- DiGiuseppe, Raymond, & Michael Bernard.; The Application of Rational-Emotive Theory and Therapy to School-Aged Children; School Psychology Review; 1990; Vol. 19, Issue 3.

- Ellis, Albert; The Humanism of Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy and Other Cognitive Behavior Therapies; Journal of Humanistic Education & Development; Dec 1996; Vol. 35, Issue 2.

- Ellis, Albert ; Using Rational-Emotive Therapy (RET) as Crisis Intervention: A Single Session with a Suicidal Client; Individual Psychology, Mar/June 1989, Vol. 45.

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- Velten, Emmett; The Rationality of Alcoholics Anonymous and the Spirituality of Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy; Journal of Humanistic Education & Development; Dec 1996; Vol. 35, Issue 2.

- Warren, Jeffrey. Dissertation. The Impact of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy on Teacher Efficacy and Student Acheivement

- Weinrach, Stephen G.; Nine Experts Describe the Essence of Rational-Emotive Therapy While Standing on One Foot; Journal of Counseling & Development; Mar/Apr 1996, Vol. 74, Issue 4.

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