Couple Coaching

Chapter

Abstract

This chapter will present how REBT theory can enhance your understanding of couple problems and how Rational Emotive Behavior Coaching (REBC) offers very powerful practices for helping improve the relationship of couples experiencing difficulties.

Keywords

Couple therapy Albert Ellis Rational-emotive Marriage Divorce 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Instituto de Terapia Racional EmotivaLimaPeru

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