Irrational behavior is never fun to deal with. Unfortunately, it can come from all different directions. Could be a friend, an employee, a family member, heck…it could even be you! The key is to know not only how to deal with it, but how to prevent it.
Albert Ellis, a noted psychologist from the late 50’s and early 60’s proposes that each of us hold a unique set of assumptions about ourselves and our world that serve to guide us through life and determine our reactions to the various situations we encounter. That unique set of assumptions might be irrational or partially irrational.
There’s a thee step model for addressing irrational behavior and it’s called the ABC Technique of Irrational Beliefs. The first three steps “analyze the process” of how a person has developed irrational beliefs.
Watch the video now and discover the ABC’s of dealing with irrational behavior. This process is recorded in a three-column table.
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