Lbert Ellis Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy

Here is the question that must be written about:

Albert Ellis created Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT). Explain the basic element of REBT. In his theory, there is a specified relationship between the client and the counselor. Describe this relationship and explain how well you believe this type of relationship would express the philosophy of Human Relations. Support your answer.

My degree is a Masters of Human Relations (University of Oklahoma–OU). I will send information to you regarding the subjects in this degree. It has consisted of basically Counseling courses, psychology, sociology, and how to deal with people in general, and help them get along better, and understand themselves better.

Here are the guidelines to follow -must be in 12 font, APA format. Must have 12 peer-reviewed references, etc.
Students should type the questions selected on a separate page which will serve as a cover page for the question. For example:
Question 1A
Type the text of the question. This page will accompany each question. Do not number this page. In addition, please put your name and student ID number on the cover page of each question.
The answer to each question is to be between 2500-3000 words. This total includes text only, and does not include the cover page and reference page. All essays should double-spaced. Students using typewriters should use standard pica or elite type. Students using computers should use 12-point size font. The following typefaces are accepted: Times New Roman and Courier New. Margins on all four sides (top, bottom, left and right) should be one inch. Students should use printers that produce type that is dark, clear, and readable. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in failing the exam.
Students must follow the American Psychological Association (APA) style for writing papers. However, you do not need to include a running head or an abstract. You are required to include page numbers.
Exam Content
Students should focus on answering only the question asked. Make sure the answer stays on the topic and does not include tangential issues or information. The answers must reflect the studentas personal integration of several specifically identified concepts rather than a mere review of the literature. Generalizations should be carefully supported with specific examples. The subjects assigned should be addressed in some depth. Main points should be stated clearly, documented with references to the literature by citations in the text, and illustrated by specific examples. Students should clearly explain how the point(s) and the example(s) are connected with the assigned question.
Responses should be written in inclusive language that is non-sexist and non-racist. (Refer to a?Guidelines to Reduce Bias in Language,a? pages 46-60 in the 5th edition of the APA Publication Manual, or refer to the 6th Edition of the APA Publication Manual.) You may use the first person (the word a?Ia?).
Students are to cite specific references within the text of the answer and to include a reference list. Each answer must contain references from 7 different scholarly sources. The same sources can be used in both questions if appropriate. Each answer should contain its own reference page, which is in addition to the essay. It is important to cite the scholars who have contributed to an area of inquiry. Use scholarly books and journals and avoid using popular magazines or non-academic Internet sites as sources for your research. Do not use Wikipedia. You may use the same source in more than one essay. Failure to properly cite material that you are directly quoting or paraphrasing will result in a charge of academic misconduct.

Using Inclusive Language
Avoid using sexist language as the following:
1. The client is usually the best judge of the value of his counseling.
2. Manas search for knowledge has led him into ways of learning that bear examination.
3. Some examples of other sexist terms are: man and wife; mankind; the average man; man the project; man-machine interface; and manpower.
Examples of appropriate language:
1. The client is usually the best judge of the value of counseling.
2. The search for knowledge has led us into ways of learning that bear examination.
3. Some examples of appropriate language: husband and wife; people; human beings; humankind; the average person; people in general; staff a project; hire personnel; user-system interface; person-system interface; work force; human resources.
Quotations should be used sparingly and only to support your ideas. Quotations should not be used to make your arguments for you. If you use too many quotes, we will not be able to ascertain if you understand the concepts about which you are writing. Therefore, even if your answer is accurate, you will still fail the exam.