The Special Sauce: The Common Denominator in integrated Helping

Learning Objectives

When given information about cultural competency, integrated care, and modern psychotherapy, participants will:
1. Describe at least one common denominator in the practices of the clinical leaders presented,
2. Identify the model that most coincides with your professional discipline, and
3. Synthesize a version of their own “special sauce” for their particular integrated setting.


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PsyD, B. D. L., Ph D, S. M. D., Wampold, B. E., & Hubble, M. A. (2010). The Heart & Soul of Change: Delivering What Works in Therapy (2nd ed.). American Psychological Association.

Wampold, B. E. (2015). The Great Psychotherapy Debate (Counseling and Psychotherapy) (2nd ed.). Routledge.


Learn more about James Webb, MA MC, LMHC, LPC


Arizona State University Alumni. EMDRIA certified Therapist and Consultant. A linguist and product of bilingual education who began working in psychotherapy in 1996, when he began studying the work of Milton Erickson, MD in clinical hypnosis and strategic therapy. He has been an adult educator, facilitator, learning consultant and e-learning designer and serves as a basic trainer to EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs and Neurosequential Model in Caregiving.

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