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A Primer on Psychotherapy Integration

A Primer on Psychotherapy Integration  

John C. Norcross and Erin F. Alexander

in Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3 edn)

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1 A Primer on Psychotherapy Integration John C. Norcross and Erin F. Alexander Rivalry among theoretical orientations has a long and undistinguished history in psychotherapy dating back to Freud. In the infancy of the field, therapy systems, like battling siblings, competed for attention and affection in a “dogma eat dogma” environment ( ). Clinicians traditionally operated from within their own particular theoretical frameworks, often to the point of being blind to alternative conceptualizations and potentially superior interventions. The field was organized into “tribes” in which therapists derived their identities from belonging to certain subgroups, identities that often
Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration

Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3 edn)  

John C. Norcross and Marvin R. Goldfried (eds)

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Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration Third Edition Part I Conceptual and Historical Perspectives Part II Integrative Psychotherapy Models A. Common Factors/Processes B. Technical Eclecticism C. Theoretical Integration D. Assimilative Integration Part III Integrative Psychotherapies for Specific Disorders and Populations A. Specific Disorders B. Specific Populations and Modalities Part IV Training, Research, International, and Future Directions
Integrative Psychotherapy with Culturally Diverse Clients

Integrative Psychotherapy with Culturally Diverse Clients  

Jeff E. Harris, Natasha Shukla, and Allen E. Ivey

in Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3 edn)

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15 Integrative Psychotherapy with Culturally Diverse Clients Jeff E. Harris , Natasha Shukla , and Allen E. Ivey The Integrative Approach The guiding assumption of this chapter is that culture is a broad social context that has a pervasive influence on psychological functioning and treatment. “All individuals exist in social, political, historical, and economic contexts, and psychologists are increasingly called upon to understand the influence of these contexts on individuals’ behavior” ( , p. 1). This sociocultural environment is internalized into beliefs and values that impact behavioral processes. Using this inclusive definition of culture, all clients are
Integrative Psychotherapy with Children

Integrative Psychotherapy with Children  

Athena A. Drewes and John W. Seymour

in Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3 edn)

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16 Integrative Psychotherapy with Children Athena A. Drewes and John W. Seymour Childhood psychopathology continues at a high and constant rate. Between 17% and 22% of youth (under the age of 18) have experienced a diagnosable emotional, behavioral, or developmental problem ( ). This translates to more than 14 million youth in the United States suffering significant impairments ( ). Children are a critically underserved population despite ample recognition of the growing rates of at-risk, suicidal, and antisocial behaviors, and substance abuse ( ). To complicate matters further, treatment dropout rates for children and youth have been
Training and Supervision in Psychotherapy Integration

Training and Supervision in Psychotherapy Integration  

John C. Norcross and Marcella Finnerty

in Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3 edn)

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18 Training and Supervision in Psychotherapy Integration John C. Norcross and Marcella Finnerty Once upon a time, psychotherapists were trained exclusively in a single theoretical orientation and in the individual therapy tradition. The ideological singularity of training did not always result in clinical competence but did reduce clinical complexity and theoretical confusion ( ). But, over time, psychotherapists began to recognize that their orientations were theoretically incomplete and clinically inadequate for the variety of patients, contexts, and problems they confronted in practice. They began receiving training in several theoretical orientations—or at least were exposed to multiple theories—and
Outcome Research on Psychotherapy Integration

Outcome Research on Psychotherapy Integration  

James F. Boswell, Michelle G. Newman, and Lata K. McGinn

in Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3 edn)

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19 Outcome Research on Psychotherapy Integration James F. Boswell , Michelle G. Newman , and Lata K. McGinn Recent surveys demonstrate that approximately one-third of American mental health professionals identify themselves as “integrative” (and, occasionally, “eclectic”) in theoretical orientation ( ; ). Attempts to integrate ostensibly distinct models of psychotherapy can be dated back to the 1930s ( ; ; ), yet many decades would pass before there was outcome research conducted on psychotherapy integration. A number of factors have motivated the development, testing, and implementation of integrative therapies ( ; Norcross & Alexander,
Future Directions in Psychotherapy Integration

Future Directions in Psychotherapy Integration  

Catherine F. Eubanks, Marvin R. Goldfried, and John C. Norcross

in Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3 edn)

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22 Future Directions in Psychotherapy Integration Catherine F. Eubanks , Marvin R. Goldfried , and John C. Norcross Any movement that merits a third edition of a handbook clearly has reached a position of recognition and strength. In the past 40 years, psychotherapy integration has grown into a well-established and influential movement in mental health. Any number of objective indictors point to this fact. Integration (or occasionally eclecticism ) represents the modal theoretical orientation of psychotherapists in most countries (see for a review). Scores of professional books and textbooks characterize themselves as
A History of Psychotherapy Integration

A History of Psychotherapy Integration  

Marvin R. Goldfried, John E. Pachankis, and Brien J. Goodwin

in Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3 edn)

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2 A History of Psychotherapy Integration Marvin R. Goldfried , John E. Pachankis , and Brien J. Goodwin The progress of science is the work of creative minds. Every creative mind that contributes to scientific advances works, however, with two limitations. It is limited, first, by ignorance, for one discovery waits upon that other which opens the way for it. Discovery and its acceptance are, however, limited also by the habits of thought that pertain to the culture of any region and period, that is to say, by the Zeitgeist : an idea too strange or
International Themes in Psychotherapy Integration

International Themes in Psychotherapy Integration  

Beatriz Gómez, Shigeru Iwakabe, and Alexandre Vaz

in Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3 edn)

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21 International Themes in Psychotherapy Integration Beatriz Gómez , Shigeru Iwakabe , and Alexandre Vaz Integrative psychotherapies have grown significantly worldwide since the 1980s and currently hold a central place on most continents. In this chapter, we present a landscape of practice, training, and research in psychotherapy integration in select countries in Asia, Latin America, and Europe. This panorama allows us to see the global similarities in integration beyond particular contexts while also noticing the cultural differences and idiosyncrasies influencing psychotherapy integration. In other words, we seek to explicate both common themes as well as local characteristics
Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy for Chronic Depression

Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy for Chronic Depression  

James P. McCullough Jr. and Elisabeth Schramm

in Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3 edn)

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14 Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy for Chronic Depression James P. McCullough, Jr. and Elisabeth Schramm The Integrative Approach The cognitive behavioral analysis system of psychotherapy (CBASP) is an acquisition-learning behavioral model of psychotherapy constructed specifically to treat chronic depression, now diagnosed as persistent depressive disorder, dysthymia (PDD). CBASP is administered by clinicians who utilize a unique therapist interpersonal role known as disciplined personal involvement (DPI; McCullough, ; ). CBASP development (from 1980 to the present) evolved under the guiding aegis of Gordon optimal goal for psychotherapy research:
Psychodynamic Therapy TechniquesA Guide to Expressive and Supportive Interventions

Psychodynamic Therapy Techniques: A Guide to Expressive and Supportive Interventions  

Brian A. Sharpless

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Psychodynamic Therapy Techniques A Guide to Expressive and Supportive Interventions Section I Background Information for Psychodynamic Therapy Techniques Section II The “Classic” Psychodynamic Therapy Techniques in Contemporary Practice Section III The Expanded Range of Psychodynamic Therapy Techniques
Cognitive-Behavioral Assimilative Integration

Cognitive-Behavioral Assimilative Integration  

Louis G. Castonguay, Michelle G. Newman, and Martin grosse Holtforth

in Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3 edn)

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11 Cognitive-Behavioral Assimilative Integration Louis G. Castonguay , Michelle G. Newman , and Martin grosse Holtforth The three authors of this chapter define themselves, with more or less conviction, as cognitive-behavior therapists. Operationally, this means that we believe that distressing behaviors, cognitions, and emotions should be primary targets of our interventions. We also assume that both situational (e.g., external contingencies) and intrapersonal (e.g., inaccurate cognitions) factors are involved in the etiology and/or maintenance of our clients’ impairments. As cognitive behavior therapists, we further believe that a fruitful clinical strategy is to identify the determinants of clients’ difficulties
Integration of Common Factors and Specific Ingredients

Integration of Common Factors and Specific Ingredients  

Bruce E. Wampold and Pål G. Ulvenes

in Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3 edn)

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3 Integration of Common Factors and Specific Ingredients Bruce E. Wampold and Pål G. Ulvenes The history of psychotherapy is characterized by arguments between those who are convinced that various treatments are superior to others and those who claim that factors common to all psychotherapies are responsible for the benefits produced by psychotherapy ( ). However, as we discuss in this chapter, this dichotomy is false. Stefan Hofmann and David Barlow (2014), two vocal advocates of specific treatments for particular disorders (e.g., ; ), had this to say about common factors: “We do not agree
Integration

Integration  

Donald W. Winnicott

in The Collected Works of D. W. Winnicott: Volume 11, Human Nature and The Piggle

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2 Integration
Cyclical Psychodynamics and Integrative Relational Psychotherapy

Cyclical Psychodynamics and Integrative Relational Psychotherapy  

Paul L. Wachtel and Gregory J. Gagnon

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9 Cyclical Psychodynamics and Integrative Relational Psychotherapy Paul L. Wachtel and Gregory J. Gagnon Cyclical psychodynamics is a theoretical approach that seeks to reconcile the seemingly conflicting formulations of psychoanalytic, cognitive-behavioral, systemic, and humanistic-experiential orientations. A key element in this integrative effort is a focus on the vicious and virtuous circles that are prominent in personality dynamics and development and that largely account for how early experiences and interpersonal patterns can be powerfully influential even decades later. Rather than viewing the residues of these early experiences as fixed and buried “internal” representations, the cyclical psychodynamic perspective traces
Feedback Informed Treatment

Feedback Informed Treatment  

Cynthia L. Maeschalck, David S. Prescott, and Scott D. Miller

in Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3 edn)

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5 Feedback Informed Treatment Cynthia L. Maeschalck , David S. Prescott , and Scott D. Miller A recent newspaper headline, “Human Rights Complaint: Atheist Nurse Fights AA Edict” led into an article describing a nurse’s claim that his employer violated his human rights by forcing him to attend Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings. Three years previously, the nurse had been admitted into a hospital after he experienced a psychotic break brought on by withdrawal from a combination of alcohol, medications, and street drugs. Following the recommendations of the nurse’s doctor, his employer and union developed a plan that,
Engaging the Reluctant Adolescent

Engaging the Reluctant Adolescent  

Alice K. Rubenstein

in Psychologists' Desk Reference (3 ed.)

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87 Engaging the Reluctant Adolescent
Specialized Child and Family Interventions

Specialized Child and Family Interventions  

Jay Lebow

in Evidence-Informed Interventions for Court-Involved Families: Promoting Healthy Coping and Development

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3 Specialized Child and Family Interventions Jay Lebow Court-involved families involved around disputes around child custody and visitation present a conundrum for therapists. These are very special families that differ in substantial ways from the typical clients that therapists see ( ; ; ). Feelings are not just intense; they are often fully dysregulated. Developmental tasks are not completed in a timely way. Family structures enter a period of uncertainty. Children and others become triangulated into parental conflict. There often is lack of appropriate boundaries between parental conflict and children. Coparenting atrophies or never develops. Communication breaks
Groups and integration in psychotherapy

Groups and integration in psychotherapy  

Chris Mace

in Integration in Psychotherapy: Models and Methods

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Integrating Research and Practice

Integrating Research and Practice  

Louis G. Castonguay, Michael J. Constantino, and Henry Xiao

in Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3 edn)

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20 Integrating Research and Practice Louis G. Castonguay , Michael J. Constantino , and Henry Xiao The history of modern psychotherapy can be traced through many discontents and dismissals. Debates have flourished for years about the validity and usefulness of divergent theoretical models, as well as the role of different facets of treatment, such as relationship variables, technical factors, and participant characteristics. From our perspective, though, the most troublesome schism in our field has been the disconnect between researchers and practitioners. Most of these professionals belong to different communities of knowledge seekers, with relatively few engaging in

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