Motor City Hypnotist – Alber Ellis – Episode 88

Albert Ellis Show Notes In this episode of the Motor City Hypnotist Podcast, we are continuing our series on influential psychologists/therapists. And I’m also going to be giving listeners a FREE HYPNOSIS GUIDE! Stay tuned! Can I Try It Really Quick? INTRODUCTION What is up people? The Motor City Hypnotist Podcast is here in the Podcast Detroit, Detroit Studios. Thank you for joining me on this episode of the Motor City Hypnotist Podcast. I am David Wright and with me is my producer Matt Fox. FIND ME: My Website: https://motorcityhypnotist.com/podcast My social media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/motorcityhypnotist/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCjjLNcNvSYzfeX0uHqe3gA Twitter: https://twitter.com/motorcityhypno Instagram: motorcityhypno If you would like to contribute financially to the show, you can find me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/motorcityhypno?fan_landing=true FREE HYPNOSIS GUIDE https://detroithypnotist.convertri.com/podcast-free-hypnosis-guide Please also subscribe to the show and leave a review. (Stay with me as later in the podcast, I’ll be giving away a free gift to all listeners!) WINNER OF THE WEEK; Paralyzed Patient Can Now Write as Fast as Smartphone By ‘Mindwriting’ With Brain Signals https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/paralysis-patient-uses-brain-computer-interface-to-type-words/ Albert Ellis (1913-2007) Albert Ellis was an influential psychologist who developed rational emotive behavior therapy. Ellis is considered the originator of cognitive behavior therapy, although he used the term rational emotive therapy, later changing it to rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT). From the late 1940s onwards, Ellis worked on rational emotive behavioral therapy (REBT) Ellis was now advocating a new more active and directive type of psychotherapy. In 1955, he presented rational therapy (RT). In RT, the therapist sought to help the client understand—and act on the understanding—that his personal philosophy contained beliefs that contributed to his own emotional pain. This new approach stressed actively working to change a client’s self-defeating beliefs and behaviors by demonstrating their irrationality, self-defeatism and rigidity. Ellis believed that through rational analysis and cognitive reconstruction, people could understand their self-defeatingness in light of their core irrational beliefs and then develop more rational constructs. NEXT EPISODE: Psychological Slang Change your thinking, change your life! Laugh hard, run fast, be kind. David R. Wright MA, LPC, CHT The Motor City Hypnotist