Integrating Feminist Narrative Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy: A Short-Term Case Study

Loni Crumb

Abstract


There is increased literature in the mental health field regarding the merits of integrating techniques and procedures from multiple therapeutic frameworks to facilitate a positive change process. This article presents an integrative approach using feminist narrative therapy, person-centered therapy, and rational emotive behavior therapy to address behavioral, emotional, and psychological concerns.  The author provides an overview of each therapeutic approach followed by a justification of the theoretical and therapeutic viability. A case illustration is provided to demonstrate the integration of the three noted therapeutic approaches. Finally, limitations and implications for practice are discussed.


Keywords


integrative; mental health; feminist narrative therapy; person-centered therapy; rational emotive behavior therapy

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