REBT in a Chinese Cultural Context

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Essay #: 065506
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Living Up To Ideals: REBT in a Chinese Cultural Context
The case we shall be discussing concerns a Ms. N---, who is a graduate student at the university where I work as a counselor in the Student Health Services. She is from Taiwan and is of Chinese background. She is twenty-five years of age, and although her English is excellent, she has never lived outside Taiwan for an extended period before this. She is here to pursue a doctorate in mechanical engineering. Her professors think highly of her and her grades in course work are excellent, but her thesis adviser has become somewhat concerned about what he terms the obsessive tendency with her character. She works very long hours and has occasionally seemed rather at a loss when the...
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