A Contribution to Psychotherapy Integration

  title={A Contribution to Psychotherapy Integration},
  author={George Stricker},
Ingram (2009) presents a case study conducted within her model of psychotherapy integration, a systematic approach that takes several factors into account. Within the integration field, Ingram’s model can be classified within the bounds of “Technical Eclecticism,” and is more encompassing than other similar approaches. The approach can be improved by greater attention to cyclical factors among her categories, but it remains an important contribution. Her interesting case study demonstrates how… CONTINUE READING

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