Systemic Eclectic Psychotherapy
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Three tasks face the therapist who is interested in applying a systematic eclectic approach to treatment. The first task is to ensure that there is an optimal compatibility of background and beliefs between the patient and the therapist, so that a fruitful and collaborative relationship can evolve. The second task is to bring specific and relevant techniques to bear on the particular problems presented by the patient at hand. The third task is to modify the therapeutic environment and the treatment techniques as the patient changes and as the variables that indicate or contraindicate various procedures come into focus. 134 pp.