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(p. 28) A History of Psychotherapy Integration 

(p. 28) A History of Psychotherapy Integration
(p. 28) A History of Psychotherapy Integration

Marvin R. Goldfried

, John E. Pachankis

, and Brien J. Goodwin

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date: 19 October 2020

In this chapter, the authors trace the history of psychotherapy integration from the first attempts at rapprochement in the early twentieth century to the recent developments in the twenty-first century. The authors briefly review major contributions to psychotherapy integration from the 1930s to the 1950s, and then focus on rapprochement beginning in the 1960s through the present. In addition to outlining conceptual and theoretical advances, the authors describe structural developments such as societies, journals, and conferences that have facilitated continued research and dissemination of various models of integration. Finally, the impact of ever-changing research, practice, and social climates on rapprochement is discussed.

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