This article integrates the counseling theories of Individual Psychology and Interpersonal Theory. This integration provides a social/interpersonal approach to conceptualize clients' problems and address them in counseling. The integrated approach to counseling presents a structure for assessment of clients' developmental experiences as well as a counseling approach that allows the counselor to address these issues in the counseling relationship. Finally, a clinical example is provided to demonstrate the integration of theories.
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