Albert Ellis figures prominently in my own take. It always is interesting to learn people haven’t thought about the difference between experiencing the objective problem and experiencing the rationales and interpretations and emotions that comprise the subjective problem.
Albert Ellis. “When I started to get disillusioned with psychoanalysis I reread philosophy and was reminded of the constructivist notion that Epictetus had proposed 2,000 years ago: ‘People are disturbed not by events that happen to them, but by their view of them.'”