reality. feelings of acceptance or not.Empathy, deep understanding of the client, is crucial.Cognitive-Behavioral1.Behavior TherapySkinner believed that people are born with a blank slate. Through conditioning, behaviors are formed. People were not born good or bad, happy or sad, etc. We were, however, born with survival instincts. We were not born with personality or any mental abilities. Skinner believed that we do not have any free choice, but we are affected by our environment. We do not have free choice, yet we can change our environment in able to live a more comfortablelifestyle.B. F. SkinnerAssociate learning, aversion therapy, baby in a box, blank slate, classical conditioning, conditioned stimulus, conditioned response, controlledstimulus, controlled response, negative punishment, positive punishment, negative reinforcement, positive reinforcement, shaping, social learning, unconditioned responseClassical conditioning, operant conditioning, reinforcement and punishmentA strength would be that it is one of the most effective treatments for anxietydisorders, sexual dysfunction, and behavioral issues. There is also treatment for a wide range of disorders for many people.A weakness would be that it is not effective in marriage counselingor even when an individual is experiencing hallucinations and delusions.The best technique in behavioral therapy is acceptance. There are two types of acceptance: the therapist accepting the clientand the therapist teaching the client to accept themselves. Modeling is also another good technique. It is when an individual observes a certain behavior and then practices it. 2.Rational Emotive Behavior TherapyEllis believed that we have potential to thinking rationally or irrationally. Those who think rationally are on ahealthier path in life and show an acceptance towards theself, others, and the way things are. There isthe belief that self-Albert EllisAnti-deterministic, assessment, behavioral disputations, active and direct, cognitivedisputations, cognitive distortions, cognitive process, cognitive therapy, dysfunctional Philosophical conditioning, which is usually developed earlyon in life. Unconditionalacceptance. Irrational beliefs: do important tasks and be approved by significant others, other people must be nice and fair or they arebad, and I must receive A strength is that there are 90% of clients that show considerable improvements with this kind of therapy. A weakness is that is may not be effective for highly education individuals or those REBT is a good approach which teaches an individual more effective ways of living.A main technique would be showing unconditional acceptance and being active and direct. The therapist should listen and show empathy. It is also important to challenge the clients.