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What things did they do then, or what do they hope to do again in the future? The game board prominently displays the four cornerstones of Rachel's philosophy; kindness, acceptance, positive influence, and goal setting. Be part of something far bigger than the title you hold or the community you serve. Ellis, Albert: He has developed a counseling approach called "Rational Emotive Therapy" (RET). Students engage in conversation and are encouraged to stop hurtful behavior and increase empathy for their peers.

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Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc (March 18, 2015)

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