Radical eclecticism is an atheoretical approach. Selected interventions from current systems are applied sequentially to foster therapeutic movement in the client, or two, at the most three, specific interventions are integrated and applied as a single intervention unit in order to effect change in thought-feeling-action patterns. This chapter is a presentation of radical eclectic psychotherapy with a client whom I saw for nine sessions over a four-month period. He is similar to other clients who are referred by colleagues. 53 pp.