Integrative theoretical perspective and the techniques

Pat works as a professional musician for a large symphony company. Pat is becoming more and more stressed at work as the company is constantly changing and evolving. It is a requirement of her job to keep up with change by implementing new programs and ensuring performance is at the highest level.

Pat finds herself working twelve-hour days, six days a week, and doesn’t have time for friends and family. Pat has started yelling at staff members when they ask questions and when making small mistakes in their work. Concerned about stress levels, Pat has decided come to you for counseling.

Describe your integrative theoretical perspective and the techniques you would incorporate in your treatment with this client. Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Feminist Therapy, and Behavior Therapy.

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