During the 1970s the names Fritz Perls, Carl Rogers and Albert Ellis were all prominent, as were their schools of Gestalt, client centred and rational emotive therapies. Of these three celebrities only Albert Ellis continues to teach and extol the superiority of his particular therapy. This is not just because he has outlived his contemporaries but also because, as he rightly states on his recent European tour, rational emotive therapy is a legitimate challenge and competitor to the present schools of cognitive therapies of Beck, Gelder and others. To emphasise this point, Ellis commences his day-long one-man workshop by announcing that rational emotive therapy has been renamed rational emotive behaviour therapy (REBT).
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