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Rational emotive behavior therapy: applications for working with parents and teachers

DOI: 10.1590/S0103-166X2009000100001

Keywords: behavior therapy, learining, parents, teachers.

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given the high rates of reported emotional stress among parents and teachers, the rational emotive behavior therapy approach appears to be a useful strategy to promote more effective parent and teacher emotional functioning and increase child positive behaviors and learning. the rational emotive behavior therapy model may be helpful for clinicians who work with the parents and the family by identifying and subsequently changing their unhealthy ideas, enhancing emotional functioning, and increasing their ability to make effective behavior management decisions. in addition, those who work with educators in a school-based setting may wish to consider implementing rational emotive behavior therapy methodology in their consultative and therapeutic interventions. given the data that links stress to unhealthy beliefs among educators, rational emotive behavior therapy may be an effective tool that warrants further application.


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