Albert Ellis was an American psychologist and sexologist who is widely regarded as the founder of cognitive behavioral therapy. He is best known for his books such as REBT: A Guide to Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy, A Guide to Contentment, and How to Control Your Anger before It Controls You. He is also credited with creating the ABC model of cognitive behavioral therapy which defines how people construe events to determine their emotions and behavior. Throughout his career, Ellis remarkably created many self-help publications, taught psychology mentors and trained psychologist students.
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