By Jerold R. Gold (auth.), George Stricker, Jerold R. Gold (eds.)
This instruction manual is the fruits of an curiosity in psychotherapy integration that resulted in our first expert collaboration in 1978. at the moment we undertook (in learn carried out for a doctoral dissertation via the second one editor and supervised via the senior editor) to appreciate, from and inside of a psychodynamic standpoint, the reviews of sufferers who had accomplished behavioral remedies. at the moment, psychotherapy integration was once a subject matter thought of doable and engaging via just a couple of clinicians and students, with little conversation between them and no more information, difficulty, and appreciation at the a part of psychotherapists mostly. the location at the present time has replaced. the looks of this guide will be taken as an important signal of maturation and legitimacy of labor in psychotherapy integration. it's our wish and expectation that this quantity will function an updated and exhaustive evaluation of the prestige of ongoing scholarly and scientific paintings within the integration of the foremost colleges of psychotherapy. The instruction manual opens with a bit that might give you the reader with an summary of the background, sociocultural context, and empirical prestige of the wide box of psycho remedy integration.
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In conclusion, future research on integrative and eclectic psychotherapies is likely to be a complex and expensive endeavor. As Elkin (1991) pointed out, pilot studies would first need to be conducted to test the feasibility of larger scale clinical trials. This, we would suggest, should also involve the validation of measures and constructs. Focusing on integrative interventions for specific presenting problems would allow the treatment to follow from an integrative theory of the disorder in question.