A more flexible and sophisticated approach than traditional psychotherapy
Integrative psychotherapy is a progressive form of psychotherapy that combines different therapeutic tools and approaches to fit the needs of the individual client. By combining elements drawn from different schools of psychological theory and research, integrative psychotherapy becomes a more flexible and inclusive approach to treatment than more traditional, singular forms of psychotherapy.
With an understanding of healthy human development, an integrative psychotherapist modifies standard treatments to fill in development gaps that affect each client in different ways.
The integrative psychotherapist takes into account all the characteristics, preferences, needs, physical, spiritual and psychic abilities, the client’s beliefs and motivation level, and makes the assumed decision which of the range of tools at his disposal best suits the individual mix.
Thus, psychodynamic, client-centred, behaviorist, cognitive, family therapy, Gestalt therapy, body-psychotherapies, object relations theories, psychoanalytic self-psychology, and transactional analysis approaches are all considered within a dynamic systems perspective.
When It’s Used
Integrative psychotherapy techniques can be incorporated into almost any type of therapeutic work with children, adolescents, and adults, in individual practice or group settings.
Types of treated disease
An integrative approach can be used to treat any number of psychological problems and disorders, including:
- personality disorders
- substance abuse
- eating disorder
- psychological trauma
- panic attacks.
The therapist matches evidence-based treatments to each client and each disorder.
Please select the type of disease you are facing and ask an ID Therapy specialist.
We combine different psychotherapeutic solutions to map the exact source and the way of how each symptom manifests.
ID Therapy team innovatively combines those types of therapy to provide a shortcut to the solution and to have a diagnose directly into the context.