Whose technique of rational-emotive therapy involves practitioners pointing out clients' irrational assumptions and suggesting more appropriate assumptions?

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ALBERT ELLIS, Whose technique of rational-emotive therapy involves practitioners pointing out clients' irrational assumptions and suggesting more appropriate assumptions.

rational-emotive therapy by Albert Ellis is based on the trend of Self-fulfilling prophecy.

When people always see everything that they done in a negative way, they tend to unable to achieve anything because every decisions that they make will always be pessimistic.
Rational-emotive therapy fixed this type of percepion so the patient could see the problems in his/her life with a new and fresh point of view


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