Assimilation in Integrative Couple and Family Therapy
- George StrickerAffiliated withArgosy University Email author
Psychotherapy integration has been defined as including various attempts to look beyond the confines of single-school approaches in order to see what can be learned from other perspectives. It is characterized by openness to various ways of integrating diverse theories and techniques (Stricker 2010).
Theoretical Context for Concept
A common factors approach to understanding psychotherapy, which identifies those aspects of psychotherapy that are present in most, if not all, therapeutic system
Technical integration, in which a combination of techniques is drawn from different therapeutic systems without regard for any specific theoretical approach
Theoretical integration or an attempt to understand the patient by developing a superordinate theoretical framework that draws from a variety of different frameworks
Assimilative integration, which combines treatments drawn from ...
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Date: 2016 (Latest)History
- 2016 (Latest)
- Assimilation in Integrative Couple and Family Therapy
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- Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy
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- Springer International Publishing
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