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(p. 474) Future Directions in Psychotherapy Integration 

(p. 474) Future Directions in Psychotherapy Integration
(p. 474) Future Directions in Psychotherapy Integration

Catherine F. Eubanks

, Marvin R. Goldfried

, and John C. Norcross

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date: 29 October 2020

Psychotherapy integration has become a well-established and influential movement in mental health. In this chapter, the authors explore where psychotherapy integration may be headed in the areas of theory, practice, research, and training, and as a formal movement. The authors hope to advance discussion about future directions that seem particularly promising. As an indication of therapeutic flexibility, the authors believe that the most valuable aspects of integration may prove to be (1) the enthusiastic, open-minded stance of the integrative therapist who (2) is willing to change his or her approach in order to be responsive to a patient’s needs.

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