Integral Psychotherapy lays out a conceptual framework for understanding and applying the wide range of psychotherapeutic approaches. The unifying model presented here addresses the dynamics of healthy human development, the assessment process, techniques and processes of therapeutic change, and much, much more. Beginning as well as experienced mental health practitioners will find the integral approach to be an exquisitely parsimonious model, one that allows practitioners and researchers to retain their own style and preferences, while simultaneously organizing ideas within a more comprehensive framework for understanding human beings and the psychotherapeutic process.
Andre Marquis, PhD, is associate professor of counseling and human development at the Warner Graduate School, University of Rochester. He is a licensed mental health counselor in New York with a small private practice. Marquis has authored/co-authored The Integral Intake, Theoretical Models of Counseling and Psychotherapy, and Understanding Psychopathology. He serves in editorial roles for the Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, the Journal of Unified Psychotherapy and Clinical Practice, and the Journal of Integral Theory and Practice, and is on the advisory board of the Unified Psychotherapy Project.