Category Archives: Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy

Matters of the Mind

I’ve recently been contemplating the birth and evolution of psychology; the fascinating science that delves into the behaviour and inner processes of the mind of humans – and animals.. Yes, animals.  Think Pavlov and Seligman for example.  Pavlov, the Russian physiologist from … Continue reading

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Let`s All Just Chill – Conquering Irrational Thought

The human animal, unlike the lessor creatures roaming this earth, has exceptional and vast powers of cognition.  We have the unique ability to think and to dream, to remember and imagine, to analyse and synthesize, and to ponder and reflect.   It`s what puts us at the … Continue reading

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