chapter 15 An integrative perspective
A haphazardly picking techniques without any overall theoretical rationale
is characterized by attempts to look beyond and across the confines of single-school approaches to see what can be learned from other perspectives and how clients can benefit from a variety of ways of conducting therapy
tends to focus on differences, chooses from many approaches and is a collection of techniques. Openness to various way of integrating diverse theories and techniques.
refers to a conceptual or theoretical creation beyond a mere blending of techniques.
one of the best known forms of technical integration, refers to as technical eclecticism, is the basis of what type of therapy
What are three examples of theoretical integration
dialectical behavior therapy
acceptance and commitment therapy
combines the advantages of a single coherent theoretical system with the flexibility of a variety of interventions from multiple systems
An example of assimilative integration
mindfulness-based cognitive therapy
searches for common elements across different theoretical systems
common factors approach
is designed to evaluate and to improve the quality and effectiveness of counseling services
Feedback-informed treatment (FIT)
assesses the client's therapeutic progress through ratings of a client's personal experience of well being in his or her individual, interpersonal, and social functioning.
outcome rating scale (ORS)
measures a client's perception of the quality of the therapeutic relationship, which includes the relational bond with the therapist, the perceived collaboration around specific tasks in therapy, and agreement on goals, methods, and client preferences.
Session rating scale (SRS)