Types of Therapy

Integrative Therapy

Integrative therapy combines elements from different treatments to treat each individual in a way that works best for them. Integrative therapists believe there is no single approach to treating each client, so they must tailor each person’s therapy uniquely. This approach is becoming one of the most common types of treatment due to its flexibility. Those who want to overcome negative behavior patterns stemming from anxiety, fears, or phobias, may find integrative therapy particularly useful. People struggling with addiction, depression, trauma, grief, or low self-esteem will also find integrative therapy helpful. Children with autism or learning disabilities can see improvement in their daily lives with integrative therapy. This treatment requires clients to invest a lot of time since it is not a quick solution; however, the length of therapy depends on the client, the goals they set with the therapist, and the types of issues they’re addressing. Due to integrative therapy’s incredible flexibility, treatment can occur in person, over the phone, or virtually.