Integrative Psychotherapy - Technical eclecticism
Methods of technical eclectic psychotherapy are chosen to suit the problem a client and a therapist with less regard for theoretical integration but more concern with what works.
It encourages the use of diverse strategies without being hindered by theoretical differences.
Models of technical eclectic psychotherapy
* Multimodal Therapy
* Systematic Treatment Selection
Common factors (Jerome Frank, 1991):
In this approach elements common to all forms of psychotherapy are identified as the central aspects to healing and change.
The emphasis on therapeutic actions have been demonstrated to be effective.
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