cognitive therapy, discussed in Chapter 10, is especially concerned with this influence of thoughts on emotions.
cognitive therapy is important among these; we will discuss its purpose and methods later.
Rational-emotive therapy is the most widespread approach to cognitive therapy, so we will examine Ellis's approach in some detail.
cognitive therapy n.
Any of a variety of techniques in psychotherapy that utilize guided self-discovery, imaging, self-instruction, and related forms of elicited cognitions as the principal mode of treatment.