Eclectic therapy integrates a variety of approaches and philosophies in order to create a treatment program to meet the individual client’s needs. An eclectic therapist may have a favorite technique, but they will often employ all that are available to them in an effort to treat their clients as successfully as possible. Eclectic therapy, usually balanced between listening and advice giving, is highly personalized and can be beneficial for a variety of mental health problems or emotional stresses.
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This style best describes my work after 35 years. I do not want to imply that I have a lack of interest in specific approaches, but it is important to adapt my approach to the personality, strengths and needs of my client. I like to begin with the simplest interventions first and progress through relational and internal dynamics as effective and welcomed by the client.
I find that the relationship that is able to occur between the therapist and the client is going to have more to do than any techniques used which is secondary. My \'eclectic\' approach has allowed me to draw upon many years of experimenting with what works, therapy-wise. It doesn\'t have limits to a particular style so I\'m free to bring the best to my approach.
Just as a hammer doesn't work for every repair, one theoretical approach may not work for every situation. I utilize aspects of Solution Focused Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Transactional Analysis, and Mindfulness when appropriate, to more effectively help you make lasting change.
Including Emotion-Focused, Hakomi, Relational and Attachment, and Contemporary Psychodynamic
While primarity psychodynamic (exploring underlying habitual thoughts, beliefs and behaviors), I also am trained in attachment theory, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Cognitive-Behavioral therapy, marriage and family therapy, Jungian-based depth therapy, and contemporary Relational Psychoanalysis.
I draw from therapeutic models such as attachment theory, mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, mentalization-based treatment, interpersonal neurobiology, nonviolent communication, narrative therapy, collaborative problem solving, emotional freedom technique and more.
Every person, couple, and family are unique and therefore require individual approaches. My training includes a variety of theories and techniques ranging from solution focused, to narrative, to multi-generational family exploration. Regardless of technique, I endeavor to deeply listen and use my skills and training to help you achieve your therapeutic goals.
Rather than label myself under the umbrella of one specialty, I integrate a variety of approaches based on what the client feels is best for him, her, them.
Being able to access multiple therapeutic tools and methods guarantees the best adapted approach to individual needs. I strive to ever increase my knowledge of therapy modalities and use them creatively to help reach maximum potential.
You are unique. I honor your uniqueness. My goal is to create the best mix of theoretical approaches to support you in your therapeutic journey. You deserve a safe space to explore your concerns as you begin learning new skills to create the changes you want in life. In our work together, you have the opportunity to explore many ways to achieve your goals.
Utilize a variety of therapeutic treatments and interventions. Seek to find the approach which works best for each individual client.
I use an eclectic approach while also using my skill and discernment on what will best meet the need of the person and situation. Some of the methods I have employed, but not limited to, include: EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Sand tray, Narrative, and Solution Focused Brief Therapy.
I draw upon an eclectic range of interventions to serve your needs. These include identifying your values; what you want to change; and what you want to accept. I am trained in Collaborative Problem Solving and Motivational Interviewing.
In my professional life I strive to see every client as an unique individual and therefore one specific therapy is not going to be appropriate for everyone. With that, I prioritize ongoing education to become proficient in many different therapeutic approaches that range from behavioral (DBT, CBT) to psychodynamic so I can best support the unique individual.
Using an eclectic approach allows me to utilize aspects of other approaches or techniques that will better fit the needs of the individual or couple.
I believe that each client is unique and has different needs in therapy at different times. Therefore, I employ an integrative therapeutic approach, drawing from different established models as they complement each individual.
An eclectic approach simply means that a therapist uses the best of each therapy for an individual client. Often, an intervention associated with a certain therapeutic orientation is utilized in conjunction with another resulting in a client specific treatment. More and more, therapists are harnessing the usefulness of many therapies to assist clients in achieving the best outcomes.
I employ an eclectic therapeutic approach that is tailored to your counseling needs. Some of the training and approaches I apply to our work includes but is not limited to: Art therapy, Brainspotting, grief/loss & trauma work, EMDR, collaborative problem solving, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness based therapy, and mind/body connection.
Eclectic therapy is a therapeutic approach that incorporates a variety of therapeutic principles and philosophies in order to create the ideal treatment program to meet the specific needs of the client.
I utilize a tailored combination of techniques for each client. These include but are not limited to Ecotherapy, play therapy, role playing, psychodynamic theory, collaborative problem solving, strength based, creative self expression, mindfulness and movement therapy.
I don\'t believe that there is a \'one size fits all\' theory of counseling that works for all issues. I believe that being person-centered is essential to every therapeutic relationship and provides the basis for change to occur. Sometimes, a CBT technique could help, sometimes an an attachment based intervention might work - I attempt to sit with clients and work with what seems best for them.
My work is informed by many theoretical perspectives including Mindful Self-Compassion, Motivational Interviewing (MI), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), psychodynamic philosophies such as Object Relations and Attachment Theory, Gestalt, Existential-Humanist philosophies and specific trauma interventions such as Interpersonal Neurobiology, Somatic Experiencing and EMDR.
There are many theories and types of therapy that can be used when working with couples. I find that no two couples are a like, nor or the two individuals within that couple alike. I will assess your specific needs and will draw from my experience and schooling to not only help explain why you are in your current set of circumstances, but also how we can go about addressing your needs.
I use a variety of different treatment orientations especially those that have empirical evidence that they work, to be able to help my clients to reach their goals.
My thoughtful use of an eclectic approach to therapy enables me to draw from a number of useful techniques to help you. Having a range of tools in the toolbox (and a variety of art supplies in the supply cart) means that I can more effectively help you identify your strengths, see your challenges from new and useful perspectives, and set useful goals that we will successfully work toward.
Forty years of experience.
A wide variety of theories of mind or methods of counseling can apply at different times to any one person. We can work together to build an approach that is most effective for you.
I draw from a wide variety of modalities : Attachment Theory,\nEMDR, CBT, Music, Sensory Engagement, Motivational Interviewing, Expressive Arts, Existential, Humanistic, Humor and Adult Play
In my practice I have found that it is best to support each client where they are. I tend to start a client-centered approach meeting them where they are and then from there I may pull from an Existential place being of the journey with them. I think it is also important to look at a Developmental framework to ensure I am truly honoring each clients strengths and supporting their struggles.
As a social worker, I was trained to assess the whole person, environment, and history, to understand what is happening and how to move forward. This requires an eclectic approach, using all the tools in my toolbox. Those tools include CBT, DBT, EMDR, somatic experiencing, Trauma focusing interventions, EFT, gottman, systems, narrative and mindfulness based interventions.
I have an eclectic approach, using various modalites, including spiritual/shamanic methods.
Eclectic means I don't use one or two therapeutic approaches, but many, depending on what you need and what will be the most helpful to you.
Counseling is not a one size fits all endeavor. I strive to collaborate with people to find a path that works. Counseling can be solution focused and/or entail open ended exploration. I have experience drawing from a collection of approaches that can be adapted to fit the unique needs of the individual.
I offer a range of therapeutic techniques, tailored to meet the needs of the individual client.
I believe in meeting clients where they are at and helping each and every person succeed in therapy. Sometimes that means using different approaches, such as CPS (Collaborative Problem Solving), expressive arts, solution focused, motivational interviewing or a narrative style. I am also trained in utilizing Exposure and Response Prevention to treat OCD and related anxiety disorders.
Being the most flexible and multifaceted approach in my practice, this allows for the use of a myriad of approaches to address my clients most current pressing needs. In combination with other therapeutic modalities, it allows for the client to have more autonomy and to build upon what I call 'your very own toolbox of skills' to derive from when they are out in the world.
Sessions can often brief and short term (30 min per session, 2-6 sessions) I draw from ACT, CBT, mindfulness based practices, neuroscience, lifestyle coaching, problem solving, self-compassion and acceptance practices, etc. I have a strength based focus and I honor the clients pace of growth.
I do not believe there is one single approach or theory that works for everyone in every situation. Consequently, I find it is best to have a diverse understanding of theories to incorporate a variety of therapeutic principles and philosophies in order to create the best treatment/approach to meet the needs of the client.
I draw on a number of modalities including: Narrative (looking at the story you tell yourself and how to reconstruct new ones), Jungian (art and dream work when appropriate), Eastern Psychology (yoga, Aikido, meditation and general Eastern philosophy), Body-centered (derived mostly from my work with Aikido), Holistic (as I try to look to weave various areas of life into a healthy whole).
Eclectic style is the commonly used treatment orientation. It is a combination of different styles to fit your needs. I commonly use different styles for different issues, and fit it into your personality. As always we only work with styles that work for you.
In my sessions, I like to use approaches that best fit the client. I pull from CBT, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, family systems and strength based approaches.
Eclectic therapy integrates a variety of approaches and philosophies in order to create a treatment program to meet the individual client’s needs. An eclectic therapist may have a favorite technique, but they will often employ all that are available to them in an effort to treat their clients as successfully as possible. Eclectic therapy is usually balanced between listening and advice giving.
I believe in using various therapeutic approaches but mainly choosing what works bestI have with an individual. If one approach is not working effectively I will choose another approach and use the one that works best.
I believe in crafting treatment tailored to the individual. I have a large toolbox that I draw from that includes various approaches that I have been trained in and use regularly including: dialectical behavioral therapy, attachment based therapy, somatic approaches, mindfulness, expressive art therapy, and equine facilitated therapy.
Each client's needs are different. In order to accommodate your specific needs, I will use the therapeutic approach that best fits your needs and personality. The approaches that I draw from include CBT, EMDR, mindfulness, trauma-focused CBT, humanistic, emotionally focused therapy, solutions focused therapy, and family systems therapy.
In addition to approaching counseling from a mindfulness/body-based perspective, I incorporate various psychological theories in my work with clients: Jungian, Gestalt, Psychodynamic, and Existential. I use the following interventions/modalities depending on client challenges & needs: Narrative therapy, Sandtray therapy, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction.
I adjust my approach based on your presenting strengths and challenges in collaboration with you. I do not expect you to adapt to my style. I am comfortable using a wide range of specializations, theories and approaches.
I have training and experience in: Gestalt, Family Systems, Marriage and Family therapy, Solution Focused and Strategic Therapy, Mindfulness and Mediation, Client-Centered Therapy, Buddhist Psychology and Somatic Experiencing (TM).
I draw from a number of theoretical orientations including Hakomi Psychotherapy, Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy, and Internal Family Systems.
In 25 years of experience both before and after earning my doctorate, I have been exposed to and trained in a wide variety of treatment approaches that I am able to use as needed.
I draw from a variety of modalities based on your needs and readiness.
I draw principles and strategies from numerous types of counseling including acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), mindfulness-based, holistic, humanistic, motivational, coaching, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), existential, the Gottman method, narrative, and psychoanalytic. Because people are so diverse, different strategies work for different people, and it's helpful to have options.