What is Eclectic Psychotherapy?

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Eclectic Psychotherapy uses various techniques and theoretical orientations from other forms of therapy to serve clients best. It’s a flexible form of counseling also called “integrative” or “multimodal.”

While most therapeutic techniques emphasize the client’s specific problem, these therapists can approach the client’s problems with a wide array of options for treatment because a certain approaches’ techniques don’t constrain them. In other words, your therapists can use whatever approaches work best for you in your situation.

People with various mental health concerns such as anxiety and depressive disorders, trauma disorders, or substance use disorders benefit from an eclectic approach to counseling.

Therapists Who Specialize in Using Eclectic Psychotherapy