Psychotherapy has helped millions of Americans overcome their emotional and behavioral problems. Experts believe unified psychotherapy, which draws from all of the major psychotherapeutic paradigms, can significantly improve patient outcomes. Dr. Jack Anchin, PhD, co-author of  Unifying Psychotherapy: Principles, Methods, and Evidence from Clinical Science, talks about unified psychotherapy as the next wave in psychotherapy.


Unified Psychotherapy as the Next Wave in Psychotherapy


The Relational Matrix and Unified Psychotherapy


Unified Psychotherapy and Patient Treatment


About Unifying Psychotherapy 

Unified psychotherapy, considered to be a significant new paradigm in the evolution of psychotherapy, is a multicomponent biopychosocial systems model that draws from all of the major psychotherapeutic paradigms and is grounded in the relational matrix. This book provides a comprehensive examination, analysis, and appraisal of unified psychotherapy with a practice-friendly presentation of its theoretical and evidence-based foundations, principles, and methods. It offers clinicians and students a framework for using unified psychotherapy and includes specific intervention strategies that can be used with the full spectrum of individuals suffering from psychological disorders and relational disturbances.

About the Author

Jack C. Anchin, PhD, is Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology at SUNY at Buffalo and a clinical psychologist engaged in the full-time private practice for over 25 years. Dr, Anchin is also Co-Editor of the Handbook of Interpersonal Psychotherapy and has published articles and chapters on the theory and practice of interpersonal psychotherapy. His publications also include invited commentaries on relational psychoanalysis, the unification of knowledge across the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities, and integrative research methodology in the scientific study of interpersonal psychotherapy.