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To set the stage for the chapters on applications of rational-emotive therapy (RET) that comprise this book, we shall try to outline, in this introductory chapter, an up-to-date version of the origins and history of RET, its values and goals and its theory of personality and personality change. RET constantly changes and develops (as many chapters in this book will show). Here, in an introductory overview, is what it is like thirty years after Albert Ellis (1957a,b,c, 1958, 1962) first started to practice it in 1955.

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Ellis, A., Bernard, M.E. (1985). What Is Rational-Emotive Therapy (RET)?. In: Ellis, A., Bernard, M.E. (eds) Clinical Applications of Rational-Emotive Therapy. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-2485-0_1

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