Integrative Therapy

Integrative therapy and technical eclecticism are approaches to therapy that aim to put diverse theories and techniques together as one system.

Why Integrative Therapy?

Integrative therapy is a personalized approach to therapy not fixated on any one single school of thought. This allows for the therapy to be tailored to different individuals and their unique situations. This psychotherapy works to align research-based therapeutic techniques to provide treatment for a particular problem.

Integrative therapy can be effective at treating

  • Depression and anxiety
  • Substance use disorders
  • Stress and low self-esteem
  • Comorbid disorders and dual diagnoses

Because of the adaptable nature and the individualized approach, integrative therapy is limitless in terms of what it can treat, who it can treat, and how successful it can be.

No Need for One-Size-Fits-All

You cannot use the exact same regimented therapy for all different types of individuals and expect the same results. Integrative therapy and eclecticism acknowledges each client as their own unique person, in need of their own customized therapy experience.

This type of therapy utilizes pieces of various other therapies best suited for the client in order to create a unique and successful therapy plan. While the therapy will differ client to client, there are some key concepts driving integrative therapy plans.


No one singular theory will explain all human behavior of greater or population, or even on the individual level. Integrative therapy is unique to each client.


Each person is different and thus, each person may benefit from using different approaches to find solutions to their problems and reach their therapeutic goals.


Because everyone is different, the therapist and the client should work together to tailor a personalized plan. This plan is centered around the client, their situation, and their goals.


To create a uniquely individualized experience, the therapist must truly get to know the client. Moreover, the client must trust the therapist. A strong client-therapist relationship is at the heart of successful integrative therapy.

What We Treat

If you are struggling with your mental health, substance abuse, or both, we are here to help you regain control over your life. Our inpatient, outpatient, and partial hospitalization programs are designed to treat a wide variety of mental, behavioral, and co-occurring disorders in a comfortable setting.

Mental Health

We diagnose and treat a wide variety of mental health disorders, including trauma effects, dual diagnosis, depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and codependency.


Substance use disorders we treat include addiction to alcohol, opiates, fentanyl and prescription opioids, methamphetamine and other stimulants, benzodiazepines, cannabis, and other psychoactive substances.

Other Behavioral Health Concerns

A mental health crisis can be layered and confusing. If you don’t see your disorder listed—or don’t know exactly why you are struggling—reach out to us to see how we can help. We treat each client at Sequoia on a personal level, and we’re ready to help you overcome whatever you may be facing.

Ready to Start Your Healing Journey?

Our experienced, compassionate team is here for you. Reach out to us today by calling us or scheduling a conversation at a time that works for you. All information will be kept private and confidential.

Sun setting behind some mountains.