Integrative Therapy

By Renée Grinnell

A therapeutic approach based on combining an eclectic assortment of treatment modalities in a manner which best suits both therapist and patient.

Example: The therapist successfully uses a combination of cognitive-behavioral therapy and psychoanalysis with one patient; an existental approach with another; and so on.

    Last reviewed: By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on 24 Jan 2009