- Albert Ellis - Albert Ellis Institute
- Mike Abrams - New York University (NYU), USA
- Lidia Abrams - Resolve Community Counseling Center, Inc.
Counselling Theory/Approaches (General) | Counselling and Psychotherapy (General) | Personality
Personality Theories is written for the advanced undergraduate or graduate student. This audience will strongly benefit from the clinical insights offered in the text. These insights are drawn from main author Albert Ellis' half-century of clinical experience as well as his intimate knowledge of most of the iconic figures who along with Ellis helped develop clinical psychology.
This is a brilliant pieace of work; very relevant to our integrative course.
A veery useful book to inform my sessions, but too complex for nursing students to read as just one of many on a reading list. this decision is all about the students abilities not about the book.
I found the book well laid out and very informative.
A very useful book for my students which I am adding to my reading list
Sample Materials & Chapters
Ch. 1 - The Study of Personality
Ch. 5 - Psychoanalysis in Theory and Practice