This article discusses the need for integration between different models of mental health, as seen through a “diary” of the events in a typical week of EAP supervision. Clinical and supervisory examples are offered as an example of integrating perspectives in the clinical setting. The overall process of integration in a clinical setting is discussed from both a philosophical and psychoanalytic perspective, and several examples of integration are related for the sake of discussion. Complementarity is invoked as a central theme of key importance for integration.
- Johns hopkins
- Mental health
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Applied Psychology
- Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health