Integrative Psychotherapy: The Case of Grace

Kopp, Katie J.
September 2007
Journal of Psychology & Christianity;Fall2007, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p257
Academic Journal
Case Study
This article presents the case study of a 20-year-old female college student who presented with somatic complaints that are associated with symptoms of depression and anxiety. The patient was diagnosed with major depressive disorder, thus she was advised to undergo cognitive behavior therapy. The attending therapist noted that integrative psychotherapy, which involves theoretical and theological concepts, has helped in several areas of CBT procedures.


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