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Volume 53 Issue 2 (June 1980), Pages 95-192

The uses of an eclectic approach: A case study (pages 145-149)

A case study is presented in which a broadly eclectic or patient‐focused approach was used, which allowed the treatment to be determined by the ability of the patient to handle different levels of material at different times. It is argued that such an eclectic approach can only develop from an awareness of the value of both psychotherapeutic and behavioural theories, and represents the increasing rapprochement between them.

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