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“I have read [Salter’s work] with admiration and approval.” - H.G. Wells (1943)

“Most interesting and fundamentally sound.” - Aldous Huxley (1943)

“… a founder of behavior therapy … [Salter] helped develop the theoretical underpinnings
and clinical applications of behavior therapy decades before the field became popular.” - New York Times (1996)

“A pioneering behavior therapist.” - Albert Ellis, PhD; President, Albert Ellis Institute; Developer of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (2002)

Praise for CRT
“Andrew Salter blazed a trail into new territory, paving the way for what has become
known as cognitive behavior therapy.” - Arnold Lazerus, PhD, ABPP; Distinguished Professor of Psychology (Emeritus), Rutgers University; Past-President, Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy (2002)

“CRT remains decades ahead of the field. A half a century later, it is still an
extraordinarily effective classic. The vision of Andrew Salter lives on.” - Pat de Leon, PhD; Former President, American Psychological Association; former Chief of Staff, Senator Daniel Inouye (2002)

“… [L]ively, literate, and sometimes puckishly provocative prose …. [A] vision and a
set of techniques that have become … widely accepted and applied … effective for a
wide variety of disorders…. Salter’s ongoing influence extends beyond behavior
therapy and psychology generally.” - Gerald Davison, PhD; Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology, University of Southern California; Past-President, Association for the
Advancement of Behavior Therapy (2002)

“… remarkably engaging, clinically astute, and of great practical value…. anticipated
much of contemporary behavior therapy…. groundbreaking…. focused primarily on
action in everyday life and expression of how one feels to achieve therapeutic
change.” - Alan Kazdin, PhD, ABPP; Sterling Professor of Psychology & Professor of
Child Psychiatry (Emeritus), Yale University; former President, American Psychological Association; Past-President, Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy (2018)

“Salter … helped forge an important new path in psychological healing, and the
procedures … in the book can now continue to help people for many years to come.” - Francine Shapiro, PhD; Senior Research Fellow, Emeritus  Mental Research Institute; Originator of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy (2018)

“… energy and boldness. …. direct, wise without being complex, and ready to take on
the world…. [I]t lit the match that became behavior therapy …. Salter’s genius is his
intuitive grasp of what moves human beings and his willingness to charge straight
in that direction …. of more than historical interest … especially for beginning
behavioral and cognitive therapists. “ - Steven C. Hayes, PhD; Foundation Professor of Psychology, University of Nevada, Reno; Developer of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Relational Frame Theory (2018)

“Much of the science and wisdom on which modern day, powerful … interventions
are based comes from this book…. fascinating case studies described in lucid and
vigorous prose … this timeless classic should be read by every therapist and most of
their patients.” - David H. Barlow Ph.D, ABPP; Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry
Emeritus; Founder, Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders at Boston University; Past-President, AABT

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