Counselor Albert Ellis has a session with Joan. The mother and widow is unable to express her personal emotions.
Ellis talks to Joan about how to speak out and talk through her emotions to strengthen her self-confidence and personal relationships.
Ellis talks with Thomas W. Allen about the recent therapy session with Joan. They conclude the session was a mixture of a desensitizing process and positive thinking techniques.
Credits: A Demonstration With a Woman Fearful of Expressing Emotion
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In this video demonstration with a woman afraid to express emotion, Albert Ellis demonstrates his therapeutic technique using his ABC model. He describes his techniques in an interview with Thomas W. Allen after the demonstration.
Length: 27 minutes
Copyright date: ©1971
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