Dr. Chrys’ Recommended Books

Ellis, A. (1960). The Art and Science of Love. New York: Lyle Stuart & Bantam.

Ellis, A. & Abarbanel (Eds.) (1961). The encyclopedia of sexual behavior (pp. 161-179). New York: Hawthorne.

Ellis, A.. Harper, R. A. (1961). A guide to rational living. Englewood Cliffs, NJ.

Ellis, A., & Harper, R. A. (1961). A guide to successful marriage. North Hollywood, CA: Wilshire.

Ellis, A, & Harper, R. (1961). Creative Marriage. Secacus, NJ: Lyle Stuart.

Ellis, A. (1962). The American Sexual Tragedy (Rev. ed.). New York: Lyle Stuart.

Ellis, A. (1962, 1994). Reason and emotion in psychotherapy. New York: Lyle Stuart.

Ellis, A. (1963). If this be sexual heresy. New York: Lyle Stuart.

Ellis, A. (1963). The intelligent woman’s guide to man-hunting. New York: Lyle. (Paperback ed., New York: Dell).

Ellis, A. (1963). The origins and development of the incest taboo. New York: Lyle Stuart.

Ellis, A. (1963). Sex and the single man. New York: Lyle Stuart (paperback ed., New York: Dell)

Ellis, A., & Sagarin, E. (1964). Nymphomania: A study of the oversexed woman. New York: Gilbert.

Ellis, A. (1966). Rules for group psychotherapy. New York: Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy.

Ellis, A. (1966). Rules for group psychotherapy. New York: Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy.

Ellis, A., Wolfe, J., & Mosley, S. (1966). How to prevent your child from becoming a neurotic adult. New York: Crown.

Ellis, A., & Conway, R. O. (1967). The art of erotic seduction. New York: Lyle Stuart.

Ellis, A. (1969). The essence of rational psychotherapy: A comprehensive approach to treatment. New York: Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy.

Ellis, A. (1972). The a-b-c’s of rational-emotive therapy. New York: Institute for Rational Living.

Ellis, A. (1972). The civilized couples’ guide to extramarital adventure. New York: Widen.

Ellis, A. (1972). Executive leadership: The Rational-emotive approach. New York: Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy.

Ellis, A. (1972). How to master your fear of flying. New York: Curtis.

Ellis, A., & Gullo, J. (1972). Murder and assassination. New York: Lyle Stuart.

Ellis, A. (1974). Techniques for disputing irrational beliefs (DIBS). New York: Institute for Rational Living.

Ellis, A., & Maultsby, M. C. (1974). Techniques for using rational-emotive imagery (REI). New York: Institute for Rational Living.

Ellis, A. (1975). How to live with a neurotic: At home and at work. North Hollywood. CA: Wilshire.

Ellis, A. (1975). RET and assertiveness training. New York: Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy.

Ellis, A. (1977). Anger-how to live with and without it. Secacus, NJ: Citadel.

Ellis, A., & Knaus, W. (1977). Overcoming procrastination. New York: Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy. (Paperback ed., New York: New American Library).

Ellis, A., Abrahms, E. (1978). Brief psychotherapy in medical and health practice. New York: Springer.

Ellis, A. (1981). The seven most frequent sex problems. The book of sex lists. Secaucus, New Jersey: Lyle Stuart.

Ellis, A., & Becker, I. (1982). A guide to personal happiness. North Hollywood, CA: Wilshire.

Ellis, A. (1983). The case against religiosity. New York: Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy.

Ellis, A., & Bernard, M. E. (1983). (Eds.), Rational-Emotive approaches to the problems of childhood (pp. 3-43). New York: Plenum.

Ellis, A. & Bernard, M.E. (1985). Clinical applications of rational-emotive therapy (pp. 32-53). New York: Forum.

Ellis, A. (1985, 2002). Overcoming resistance: RET with difficult clients. New York: Springer.

Ellis, A., & Grieger, R. (1986). (Eds.), Handbook of rational emotive therapy. New York: Springer.

Ellis, A. (1988, 2016). How to stubbornly refuse to make yourself miserable about anything –yes, anything!. Secaucus, NJ: Lyle Stuart.

Ellis, A. (1988). The Treatment of Borderline and Psychotic Individuals. New York: Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy.

Bernard, M.E. & DiGuiseppe, R. (Eds.) (1989).Inside rational-emotive therapy. San Diego, CA: Academic.

Dryden, W. & DiGuiseppe, R. (Eds.) (1990, 2010), A primer of rational-emotive therapy. Champaign, IL: Research Press.

Ellis, A, & Dryden, W. (1990). The essential Albert Ellis. New York: Springer.

Ellis, A., & Dryden, W. (1991). A dialogue with Albert Ellis: Against dogma. Milton Keynes, England: Open University.

Ellis, A., & Hunter, P. (1991). Why am I always broke? New York: Carol.

Ellis, A., & Velten, E. (1992). When AA doesn’t work for you: Rational steps for quitting alcohol. New York: Barricade.

Bernard, M.E. & Wolfe, J.L. (Eds.) (1993), The RET resource book for practitioners. New York: Institute for Rational Emotive Therapy.

Ellis, A., & Abrahams, M. (1994). How to cope with a fatal disease. New York: Barricade.

Ellis, A., & Lange, A. (1994, 2003). How to keep people from pushing your buttons. New York: Carol.

Ellis, A. (1995). Better, deeper, more enduring brief therapy: A rational emotive behavior therapy approach. New York: Routledge.

Ellis, A., & Dryden, W. (1997). The practice of rational emotive behavior therapy. New York: Springer.

Ellis, A., & Tafrate, C. (1997). How to control your anger before it controls you. New York: Kensington.

Ellis, A., & MacLaren, C. (1998, 2005). Rational emotive behavior therapy: A therapist’s guide. Atascadero, CA: Impact.

Ellis, A., & Velton, E. (1998). Optimal Aging: Get Over Getting Older. Chicago: Open Court.

Ellis, A. (1999). How to make yourself happy and remarkably less disturbable. Atascadero, CA: Impact.

Ellis, A. (1999). Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy Diminishes Much of the Human Ego. New York: Albert Ellis Institute.

Ellis, A. (2000). How to control your anxiety before it controls you. New York: Citadel.

Ellis, A. (2000). How to maintain and enhance your rational-emotive therapy gains. (Rev. ed.). New York: The Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy.

Ellis, A., & Craefor, T. (2000). Making intimate connections. Atascadero, CA: Impact.

Ellis, A. (2001). Feeling better, getting better, staying better: Profound self-help therapy for your emotions. Atascadero, CA: Impact.

Ellis, A. (2001). How to stop destroying your relationships. New York: Citadel.

Ellis, A. (2001). Overcoming destructive beliefs, feelings, and behaviors. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books.

Ellis, A., & Blau, S. (2001). The Albert Ellis reader: A guide to well-being using rational emotive behavior therapy. New York: Citadel.

Ellis, A., & Harper, R. A. (2001). Dating, mating, and relating. New York: Citadel Press.

Ellis, A., Nielson, S., & Johnson, W. B. (2001). Counseling and psychotherapy with religious persons: A rational emotive behavior therapy approach. Florence,KY: Erlbaum.

Ellis, A., & Powers, M. G. (2002). The Secret of Overcoming Verbal Abuse. North Hollywood, CA: Wilshire.

Ellis, A. (2003). Ask Albert Ellis: Straight answers and sound advice from America’s best-known psychologist. Atascadero, CA: Impact.

Ellis, A. (2003). Sex without guilt in the twenty-first century. Fort Lee, NJ: Barricade.

Ellis, A., & Dryden, W. (2003). Albert Ellis Live! London, UK: Sage Publications.

Ellis, A. (2004). Rational emotive behavior therapy: It works for me—It can work for you. Amherst, NY: Prometheus.

Ellis, A. (2004). The road to tolerance. Amherst, NY: Prometheus.

Ellis, A. (2005). The myth of self-esteem. Amherst, NY: Prometheus.

Ellis, A. (2007). All Out! An autobiography. Amherst, NY: Prometheus.

 

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