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Feeling Better, Getting Better, Staying Better
Profound Self-Help Therapy for Your Emotions
Average: 4.7 (3 votes)
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Price$13.99
Product Code:
I0354
ISBN:
9781886230354
Number of Pages:
272
Publication Date:
Jun-01-2001
“Feeling better,” says Dr. Ellis, “is crucial to successful therapy. Getting better is even more important.” The most well-known and highly respected psychotherapist of our time offers a "three-pronged" system for maintaining -- or regaining -- emotional health. Feeling Better, Getting Better, Staying Better presents the author's 50 years of psychotherapy experience and wisdom in a practical guide for the rest of us. Healthy thinking, healthy emotions, and healthy behavior are explained, with detailed examples and procedures for building lasting emotional well-being.
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  • “...explains healthy thinking, healthy emotions, healthy behavior. Detailed examples for building lasting emotional well-being.”
    NAPRA ReView
  • “...the author is still a force to be reckoned with in... field of psychotherapy and education for mental health.”
    ForeWord Magazine
  • “Ellis' ideas for fighting everyday frustration are often quite wonderful... There's lots of great information here...”
    INFODAD.COM
  • “I find the book useful, insightful, and even fun, and do recommend it...”
    Betty Street, MSSW, LCSW; NASW Mississippi Chapter Newsletter
  • “This book is highly recommended.”
    Carolyn Johnson, MSW, ABIL Newsletter
  • “...well worth reading carefully...almost equivalent to a visit with Albert Ellis.”
    Raymond Corsini, PhD, clinical psychologist (ret.), editor, Encyclopedia of Psychology, Current Psychotherapies and Handbook for Innovative Psychotherapies
  • “...easy to read, easy to understand, and easy to remember -- the hallmarks of any good self-help volume. Readers who heed these cogent recommendations...are likely to find life more livable and decidedly more enjoyable.”
    Arnold A. Lazarus, PhD, ABPP, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Rutgers University, author of Martial Myths Revisited and co-author of The 60-Second Shrink
  • “Virtually everyone has a need to feel better at some time and this self-help guide, writer in Ellis's customary down-to-earth style, does the trick. It worked for me, and it can work for you...”
    Cyril M. Franks, PhD, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Rutgers University, Editor, Child & Family Behavior Therapy
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