Eclectic Therapy

Eclectic therapy is a highly personalized therapeutic approach tailored to meet the individual client’s needs. It combines a variety of treatment orientations, techniques, and philosophies to create a custom program. Rather than adhering to a specific therapeutic approach, an eclectic therapist is flexible, using whichever techniques work best for a client. An eclectic therapist will usually balance listening and advice giving, as well as use all techniques that are available to them to treat their clients as successfully as possible. Think this approach might be right for you? Reach out to one of TherapyDen’s eclectic therapy specialists today.

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In my therapeutic approach, I blend cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, solution-focused therapy with arts based therapeutic practices and somatic techniques.

— Savannah Weatherington, Licensed Professional Counselor

As mentioned above, I work with my clients from an integrative approach (aka, eclectic therapy) because I believe in utilizing interventions from different therapeutic areas to help my clients better manage their mental health symptoms and stress. There is no "one size fits all" in psychotherapy because every client is a unique individual who will have various needs over the course of treatment.

— Angela Rodriguez-Heller, Licensed Mental Health Counselor
 

Eclectic therapy is an approach that draws on multiple theoretical orientations and techniques. It is a flexible approach that allows the therapist to use the most effective method to address each individual client's needs.

— Erika Gray, Clinical Psychologist in ,

I don't believe that any one type of therapy fits every client. I may pull techniques or methods from different therapeutic modalities so that you have a well rounded experience.

— Maryann Dexter, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in , MI
 

I consider my work eclectic as I pull from many different traditions and teachings based on what my client's need. I am a Certified Sex Therapist (my work is sex-positive and affirming), I am a registered drama therapist, I am finishing my EMDR basic training, and work with couples using a combination of Sex Therapy techniques, Gotten Method (level 2 trained), and Imago. My work is based in somatics and the mind/body connection.

— Jodi Williams, Sex Therapist in New Haven, CT

I utilize eclectic psychotherapy defined by APA as “any psychotherapy that is based on a combination of theories or approaches or uses concepts and techniques from a number of different sources, including the integrated professional experiences of the therapist. With the more formalized prescriptive eclectic psychotherapy, the clinician attempts to customize psychological treatments and the therapeutic relationship to the specific needs of individual clients."

— Christian Greene, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Washington, DC
 

My eclectic approach allows my work with you to be fully present just for you. I don't use any one-size-fit-all plan or orientation, and can tailor our work together to meet your needs and the best application for your life.

— Emily Brenner, Art Therapist in Ridgewood, NY

My graduate training, variety of work experience, and regular continuing education enables me to treat many different issues and draw from an ever-expanding knowledge base in my practice.

— Brandon Arnold, Licensed Professional Counselor in Wichita Falls, TX
 

I utilize an eclectic counseling approach, adapting techniques from evidence-based counseling therapies to suit your needs based on your unique situation and aspired goals. The therapies I often borrow from, however, are Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Existential Therapy, and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy. Many of the techniques in these therapies are designed to illuminate the innate strengths and resources you possess and develop new insights leading to greater self-awareness, conscious deci

— Jerry Ochoa, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Turlock, CA

The eclectic therapy approach involves the integration of theory and technique from various therapy models. The application of this training is determined by the needs of each person that walks into my office. I integrate eclectic approaches within the art therapy modality to expand the potential for healing . I am currently receiving training in Acceptance and Commitment therapy, and will be adapting my therapy approach to primarily focus on ACT theory and practice in combination with art.

— Christina Marrero, Licensed Professional Counselor in Flourtown, PA
 

Our providers have undergone specialized training in various forms of treatment Each therapist brings their expertise and knowledge in their respective modalities to provide effective and tailored treatment. We understand that individuals lead complex lives and face multifaceted challenges. Our goal is to offer a diverse range of providers who can skillfully navigate and address these complexities with evidence-based care.

— AMR Therapy, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Los Angeles, CA

I have an eclectic theoretical perspective and create planned change through a problem solving process. I am creative, flexible and solution focused.

— Rachelle Miller, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Spokane Valley, WA
 

Just as my work in the addiction field is anything but typical, my work around nearly every other issue that I work on with clients is also approached from a very client centered place. I believe my responsibility to you is to hold space, be present and share with you what science & experience have taught us. The growing awareness is sometimes tough to sit with but you'll have company as you get comfortable with the new information you're living with.

— Lisa Curtis, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in White Plains, NY

I respect my client's individuality and therefore I use an eclectic approach. Eclectic therapy basically means using different evidenced based modalities and techniques to match the needs of your client. When it comes to mental health, there is no once size fits all.

— Chardonnay Badchkam, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in , NY
 

Eclectic Therapy is when the therapist uses a multitude of therapeutic schools and techniques. I find every client to be unique, so are the client's needs. Thus, I use a breath of therapeutic approaches in order to meet the client where they're at versus try and fit a client into a certain mold of therapy that may not be advantageous for their healing.

— Sibley Fleming, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Marietta, GA

Therapy is not one-size-fit-all. I use an individualized approach to therapy to help clients meet their treatment goals. All techniques utilized are evidence based, grounded in research, to assure that clients obtain the best possible results. Treatment is tailored to each client and their individual needs.

— Judith Cloutier-Chenier, Counselor in Phoenix, AZ
 

I believe that each person deserves their own individualized treatment plan, and eclectic therapy is usually the most appropriate therapeutic modality. It is highly adaptable and allows me to incorporate the client's strengths when meeting their self-determined goals.

— Melodie Cabitac, Clinical Social Worker in Houston, TX

I use an Eclectic therapy which is an approach that draws on multiple theoretical orientations and techniques. I gather techniques from CBT, person centered, psychodynamic, existential, and a multitude of others to create a flexible approach.

— Briony Pittaway, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in New York, NY
 

I utilize varied modalities depending on your strengths, needs, and preferences. Eclectic therapy is all about doing what works for you specifically. This can include examining thoughts, emotions, and behaviors through talk therapy, art, CBT, DBT, SFBT, or yoga-informed therapy.

— Kristie Powell, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Seminole, FL