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Intimacy pp 203-217 | Cite as

Intimacy in Rational-Emotive Therapy

  • Albert Ellis

Abstract

Intimacy has a special place in the theory and practice of rational-emotive therapy (RET), and I shall try to outline in this chapter how it fits in—and does not fit in—to the therapeutic process, and how RET tries to be of maximum help to those clients who wish to achieve a greater degree of intimacy in their own lives.

Keywords

Irrational Belief Therapeutic Process Sexual Intimacy Unconditional Positive Regard Irrational Idea 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Albert Ellis
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute for Rational-Emotive TherapyNew YorkUSA

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