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Integrative & Eclectic Psychotherapy Techniques

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Molly Doerner

on 28 January 2013

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HUMANISTIC Founded by CARL ROGERS OTHER Therapy Types COGNITIVE Founded by Ellis & Beck PSYCHODYNAMIC FOUNDED BY SIGMUND FREUD Integrative & Eclectic Therapy THE BIG BALLS OF WAX Definitions & Thoughts Psychotherapy Integration ...looks beyond the confines of single-school approaches
to see what can be learned & how clients can (best)
benefit from other (or alternative) approaches.

...for enhanced effectiveness & efficiency.

...using methods, theories & techniques already available
as well as many new theories emerging.


***NO SINGLE THEORY CAN HELP ALL PATIENTS/PROBLEMS*** Methods Technical Eclecticism & Theoretical Integration

*2 or more psychotherapy systems
integrated in hope that the result will be
better than either theory OR

**MORE than the sum of its parts

***What is the most integrated theory
of psychotherapy???
~~COGNITIVE THEORY~~ Acupuncture
Animal Assisted
ART THERAPY
Breath work
Canine Therapy
Client-Centered
Culinary
Dialectical
Drug Therapy
Equine Assisted
Existential
Homeopathy Experiential
Family Therapy
Gestalt
Group Therapy
Hypnotherapy
Interpersonal
Neurofeedback
Nutraceutical
Online Therapy
Post-Modern Therapy
Psycho-Drama
Reality http://www.crchealth.com/types-of-therapy/ Techniques include...

Unconditional Positive Regard
Reflection Techniques include....

Free Association
Dream Analysis
Transference BEHAVIORAL Founded by B.F. Skinner Techniques include...
Systematic Desensitization
Behavior Modification
Aversion
Exposure
Flooding BIOLOGICAL INCLUDES...
Tranquilizers
Psycho-surgery
Anti-depressants
Anti-psychotics
Lithium
ECT Beck's Cognitive Therapy
Ellis - RET Fundamental Principles

The central philosophical orientation—the fundamental principles—of integrative psycho therapy include:

Acknowledging that people are relation ship seeking and interdependent through out life
Affirming the innate value of human beings
Normalizing the functions of psychological processes
Committing to positive life change
Focusing on internal and external contact as essential to human functioning
Emphasizing the developmental process of the individual
Recognizing the significance of the therapeutic relationship

http://www.integrativetherapy.com/en/articles.php?id=40 A quick lesson in HUMILITY~ "It is also possible that there may be a certain amount of embarrassment in Western psychotherapists who have to admit that after all the years of training & personal analysis & supervision, ULTIMATELY we may still not know PRECISELY what it is that we are doing or how & what difference it really makes." (Clarkson, Petruska, p. 18) Psychotherapy.cmap Psychotherapy.cmap http://www.docstoc.com/docs/99033366/15-Integrative-and-Eclectic-Therapiesdocx Presented by Molly B Doerner Warm-up Music: ART TIME!
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