Theoretical Orientation Analysis

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From my perspective, different theoretical orientations are beneficial for different types of populations. I do not believe one theory fits all, as everyone has different attachment, and developmental levels. In the duration of the graduate program, I have been exposed to various theoretical approaches such as attachment theory, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), psychodynamic, person-centered therapy, acceptance commitment therapy (ACT), and a few others. However, I have encountered cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance commitment therapy (ACT), and play therapy to be favorable when treating children/adolescents.
With my limited counseling experience, at this point, I have certain preferences in theoretical orientation when treating
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