Theoretically Consistent Eclecticism

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    Theoretically consistent eclectics are therapists who have a particular theoretical perspective on human psychological disturbance but are prepared to use particular techniques developed by other therapeutic schools. In doing so they do not subscribe to the schools’ theoretical postulates, but use techniques spawned by these schools for therapeutic purposes consistent with their own orientation. 53 pp.

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