1.0 Rational-Emotive Therapy
A person, who usually runs like Kelly, our patient, engages the muscles. With time, the body of this person becomes active only through continuous practices of running. Failure to these norms of frequent running makes the person suffer anxiety disorder. The person becomes sick both mental and emotional. These type of patient needs a psychological therapy to help the patient gain conscious and go back to the regular life. Hence, rational-emotive theory plays a significant role in helping patients suffering from anxiety disorder to gain back their normal life (Cooke & CAM-Cancer Consortium, 2011).
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