How Personal Issues Arise - An Integrative Therapy View
Problems occur for various reasons - conscious or unconscious ideas, adulthood or childhood experiences. People experience problems in unique ways. There are different therapeutic approaches. A single therapeutic approach may not suit all people or all problems.
Three Integrative Therapy Concepts about the Mind
- Integrative therapy integrates various therapeutic approaches
- Therapeutic approaches are integrated to suit a client's needs
- Therapeutic approaches are integrated appropriate to the problem
The Client - Integrative Therapy Therapist Relationship
The client talks through the problem they are experiencing, and their needs and goals. The therapist takes all these factors into account when deciding which therapeutic approaches to use. Therapy involves the therapist integrating various therapeutic approaches as needed.
The Aim of Integrative Therapy
To integrate the most appropriate therapeutic approaches for a problem.