Eclectic Therapy

Eclectic therapy is a highly personalized therapeutic approach tailored to meet the individual client’s needs. It combines a variety of treatment orientations, techniques, and philosophies to create a custom program. Rather than adhering to a specific therapeutic approach, an eclectic therapist is flexible, using whichever techniques work best for a client. An eclectic therapist will usually balance listening and advice giving, as well as use all techniques that are available to them to treat their clients as successfully as possible. Think this approach might be right for you? Reach out to one of TherapyDen’s eclectic therapy specialists today.

Meet the specialists

Being a practicing therapist for over 20 years I have developed a large bag of “tricks” so to speak. Meaning I have a wide range of techniques and interventions to draw on to develop a plan with you to get you where you want to be. To me the goal of therapy is to help you have your best life.

— Carrie Glebe, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Williston, FL
 

I always try to incorporate humor into my sessions to alleviate stress and help clients find some joy, even for a moment, in their lives.

— Rachael Lastoff, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Newport, KY

I have over 8 years experience as a therapist and have learned the benefits of choosing the right style, approach and techniques for each individual client.

— Brittney Roberts, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Austin, TX
 

I use therapeutic approaches I have been trained on and that serve the needs of my clients.

— Niashay Whitaker, Counselor in Tacoma, WA
 

I don't believe in a "one size fits all" approach to therapy so I use a wide range of therapeutic techniques and tailor my approach to the individual or couple that I am working with.

— Sasha Dimitrjevitch, Licensed Professional Counselor in Miami, FL

People are not cookies. A cookie-cutter, one theoretical way approach is inherently limited and leaves no room for an individual’s need for healing and growth. I adhere to the broadest possibilities of an eclectic approach spacious enough to learn and practice different orientations and methodologies such as talk, art therapy, somatic approaches, spirituality, transpersonal, and other paths to mental/emotional health and thriving relationships.

— Sage DeRosier, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in San Jose, CA
 

I realize that no two people are the same and as such tailor my therapy to meet the specific needs of my clients. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression or any other issue, I will help you recognize underlying problems, fully realize your strengths and adjust certain behaviors and thoughts to see things a different, healthier way.

— Michael Gacnik, Counselor in Groveport, OH
 

I do not believe in a "one fixes all". My approach is based on peer reviewed research and i will find the most suitable intervention applying to your situation. And, i will add to that elements of your unique cultural background to make it culturally informed.

— Christian Longue, Counselor in Austin, TX
 

Eclectic therapy allows me to pull from a number of different therapeutic modalities, in order to adapt my methods to best suit the individual needs of the client. This allows me to utilize evidence-based methods that have been scientifically proven to work for each particular mental health issue or disorder, rather than being confined to one specific type of therapy.

— Michelle Stevenson, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Syracuse, NY

I use eclectic therapy with most of my clients because it incorporates a variety of therapeutic principles and philosophies in order to create the ideal treatment program that meets the specific needs of each client. Eclectic therapy allows me more freedom to tailor interventions that are tailored to each client. I've been practicing eclectic therapy for over 15 years.

— Raenisha Love, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Norwalk, CA
 

To meet my clients where they are at, I employ a variety of different therapies, determined by what will be most effective to accomplish the client's goals.

— Carol Stearn, Clinical Social Worker in Hyannis, MA

I have been trained in family systems, strategic and solution focused psychotherapy, cognitive behavior therapy, and the classic applications of sex therapy. I believe that this coupled with 38 years of clinical experience position me as a leader in the field.

— Peter Kanaris, Psychologist
 

My treatment modality is an Eclectic modality grounded in a Humanistic/Existential and Psychodynamic approach that is tailored to fit your own unique needs for healing, wellness and restoration. In addition, I will pull from other theories to utilize "tools" that will aid in the healing /growth process including the use of psychoeducation. Not only do I have professional supervised experience in providing therapy, but I have extensive personal experience with receiving therapy as well.

— David Eshleman, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Hermosa Beach, CA

I pull from many different orientations to suit the needs of my clients.

— Eric Lindberg, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in , CA
 

All of the therapists at Growth Therapy use an eclectic model- meaning we are trained in many different techniques and utilize what will work best for your personality and what you are bringing to therapy.

— Kristen Dew, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Monroe, CT

Eclectic Therapy is less a specific form of therapy, and more combination of therapies, linked together based on the needs of the client being served. I have found continued success in using a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and an insight oriented approach in order to help a client achieve their goals, basing which techniques I choose on the case itself.

— Johnny Mitchell, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Sugar Hill, GA
 

I believe that every person is in a unique situation with unique challenges facing them. As such, I believe that multiple sets of techniques are best for helping people overcome their most complex life issues.

— Kristy Fuller, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Bowling Green, KY
 

I pull from various orientations and interventions including: psychodynamic and person-centered orientations, rational emotive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, relational and attachment theories, queer and feminist frameworks and I also use mindfulness and narrative strategies. This allows for fluidity to find ways of working together that keep it dynamic and best matched for you.

— Deanna Richards, Mental Health Counselor in NEW YORK, NY
 

I am constantly participating in trainings and staying up to date on research to utilize any approach that may benefit my clientele.

— Ashley Edwardson, Therapist in Aurora, CO

I believe in meeting the client where they are and from a non-judgmental place. I am seeking to utilize my experience and tools to create the best fit for a therapeutic relationship.

— Linda Stenberg, Counselor in Canby, OR
 

Eclectic Therapy is less a specific form of therapy, and more combination of therapies, linked together based on the needs of the client being served. it is common for me to use a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and an insight oriented approach in order to help a client achieve their goals, basing which techniques I choose on the case itself. I have found continued success in meeting the unique needs of each client by t

— Johnny Mitchell, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Sugar Hill, GA

I draw from many orientations to tailor services to the unique client.

— Joan Kaufman, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Costa Mesa, CA
 

Each session I try to keep an open mind about what is helpful to the client, so my approach to therapy is flexible and adaptable, according to what the client may need in that moment. Each human being is incredibly unique, so one technique may work with one person and not another. I enjoy being in the moment with clients and allowing myself to be creative in the way we journey through therapy together. One day art may be helpful, another mindfulness, and perhaps sand tray in another session.

— SkyeBlu Cutchie, Counselor in Seattle, WA
 

Eclectic therapy is an integrative, multiple theoretical form, of psychotherapy that adjusts to each clients specific needs. Which are be based upon a clients issues, treatment goals, expectations and motivation.

— Michelle Eaton, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Clearwater, FL