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Integrative Approach

Types of Integrative Approach

Technical Integration Selective the best treatment techniques for the individual and their problem. Doesn't necessarily align with the theoretical position that the techniques came from.
Theoretical Integrative Producing a goal of conceptual framework that synthesizes the best aspect of two or more theoretical approach. Example: Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Assimilative Integrative Combines the advantages of a single coherent theoretical systems with the variety of interventions from multiple systems. Examples: Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy
Common Factors Approach Recognizing and emphasizing the common core of counseling practice such as empathic listening, developing a working alliance, practicing new behaviors, positive expectations of the client
Created by: Krazy380