It is a combination of two or more types of psychotherapy. As the field of psychotherapy evolves, eclectic-integrative therapy has become the mainstay for therapists. Integration of psychotherapy; It is the desire of the therapist to move across the boundaries of theories to understand how individuals can benefit as a result of the use of other methods of psychotherapy. In eclectic therapy, the therapist tries to apply the most appropriate therapy methods for the individual and the problem. In theoretical integration, two or more therapeutic techniques are combined. These therapies will yield a better result than the one alone. Eclectic therapies accept the contributions of traditional therapy systems such as psychoanalytic, cognitive-behavioral therapy, gestalt therapy, existential psychotherapy.
Due to the flexibility of eclectic therapy ,all clinical problems and treatment goals can resolve. The flexibility and diversity of methods and objectives make this therapy applicable to a wide range of problems such as anxiety disorders, depression, personality disorders, eating disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder.