This seminar will analyse, clarify and develop the intersecting reasons for the rise of psychotherapy integration and review its four pathways – theoretical integration, technical eclecticism, common factors, and assimilative integration. Throughout the day Dr. Norcross will outline and practice how each pathway improves client health and happiness – the treatment outcomes.
During the seminar we will review the meta-analytic research and clinical practices on:
- Effective elements of the therapy relationship (common factors),
- Effective methods of adapting that relationship to the individual patient (technical eclecticism),
- Effective therapies that combine multiple therapies (theoretical integration) and,
- Effective practice where therapists move in an integrative fashion, but from a position of single-system comfort and strength (assimilative integration).
We will conclude with a review of future trends for psychotherapy, based on ongoing and current research studies. These studies seems to point towards an integrative stance with the purpose being to improve psychotherapy effectiveness.
- Thursday 04 April 2019, 10.00am to 4.30pm
- This course will be of interest to therapists, mental health professionals and students who are interested in learning more about the subject area.
- IICP Certificate of Attendance and Participation
- CPD: 6 hours
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