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Assimilative integration
Selectively incorporating a variety of interventions for other therapeutic approaches but grounded in a single coherent theoretical system
common factors approach
a search for common elements across different theoretical systems
psychotherapy integration
looks beyond and across the confines of single-school approaches to see what can be learned from other perspectives.
syncretism
a practitioner, lacking in knowledge and skill in selecting interventions, uses anything that seems to work, often making no attempt to determine whether the therapeutic procedures are indeed effective
technical eclecticism
a focus on selecting the best treatment techniques for the individual and the problem, it tends to focus on differences, chooses from many approaches, and is a collection of techniques
Theoretical integration
A conceptual or theoretical creation beyond a mere blending of techniques with the goal of producing a synthesis of the best aspects of two or more theoretical approaches; assumes that the combined creation will be richer than either theory alone.