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integrative therapeutic model

Can you choose two theories to integrate and complete the following:

-summarize your understanding of utilizing an integrative therapeutic model.

-summarize the key points o ...there is moreshow problemCan you choose two theories to integrate and complete the following:

-summarize your understanding of utilizing an integrative therapeutic model.

-summarize the key points of the two theories, identifying some of the similarities and some of the differences.

-Focus on the areas where the theories differ, describe how they would need to be adjusted in order to be integrated with one another.

-Provide specific examples of how you would use the integrative model with a client suffering from moderate depression.

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As you briefly summarize your understanding of utilizing an integrative therapeutic model, it works well because not "one model fits all clients" as a general rule of therapy. Thus, the integrative approach to counseling and psychotherapy is attempts to do what research suggests is to "look beyond and across the confines of
single-school approaches in order to see what can be learned from, and how clients can benefit from, other perspectives" (http://www.counselingoutfitters.com/vistas/vistas04/29.pdf).

In other words, I feel that an integrative model means borrowing from various theories, concepts, and
methods. The integrative approach is a great way to synthesize many theoretical models and treatments to fit clients' unique needs. Research also sums that it is useful "especially when the range of client types and their specific problems are taken into consideration. Because no one theory has a patent on the truth, and because no single set of counseling techniques is always effective in working with ...

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Benefits of utilizing an integrative therapeutic model are briefly presented.

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