An Integral Taxonomy of Therapeutic Interventions
Nearly 200 therapeutic interventions are classified according to the AQAL model of Integral Psychotherapy, followed by a critical discussion of the clinical utility of such a taxonomy. The author ﬁrst presents the need for such a classiﬁcation system and brieﬂy overviews Integral Theory. The article ends with suggestions for how to use an integral taxonomy of therapeutic interventions with psychotherapy clients, the role and meaning of interventions, an algorithm describing how the interventions were classiﬁed, and a caution against the "tyranny of technique."
Developmental Engagement Field Theory
A Speculative Framework for the Practical Application of Integrally Informed Psychotherapy
This article explores how social engagement is central to human functioning and development, and how it potentially provides agentic access to intersubjective and interobjective energy ﬁelds. An integrally informed developmental engagement ﬁeld theory is described, with practical suggestions for applying it to living, parenting, and psychotherapy. The article concludes with a lifespan case study that embodies the presented research.
Bereavement and Death Construct Development in Integral Theory and Practice
This article argues that Integral Theory fails to incorporate death construct development and bereavement responses into its framework despite having the capacity to conceptualize these concepts in an integrated manner. By integrating death construct development and bereavement responses into the AQAL model, clinicians may be able to conduct a more comprehensive assessment of a client’s experience, thereby improving the corresponding treatment.
The Integral Intake
Results from Phase One of the Integral Psychotherapy in Practice Study
This article introduces psychotherapists and coaches to the Integral Intake as a tool for assessing clients in an idiographic, non-pathologizing, culturally sensitive, holistic, and balanced manner. Assessing clients with such an approach facilitates tailoring individualized, comprehensive treatment plans appropriate to each unique client.
Psychograph as Map, Matrix, and Mirror
An Integral Psychograph Assessment
This article introduces clinicians and their patients to an Integral Psychograph Assessment (IPA). The IPA employed by the author is a clinical assessment process developed for psychotherapists to be used with their patients in the therapeutic context to evaluate levels of an individual across 10 lines of development. In this article, the integral psychograph is first situated within the Integral model and then within a larger historical discussion of multiple lines of development.
Exploring Emotional Intelligence as a Line of Development
An Integral Stage Development Model
This article explores emotional intelligence and its relationship to the integral psychograph as a line of development. Emotional intelligence is examined using a proposed stage development model to analyze the abilities or skills an individual attains as emotions are held in a more complex fashion. Focus is primarily on the Upper-Left quadrant.