Psychotherapy approaches are many and varied. Some types of therapy have been in use for decades, such as person-centered therapy (also known as Rogerian therapy), and others are relatively new, like coherence therapy. Many are evidence-based and grounded in research, others are based in theory or rely on anecdotal evidence. There are many types that have been popularly accepted, others are cutting edge, and some remain controversial.
Explore, research, and discover for yourself which kind of therapy may be the best fit for you. The following is a list of some of the more common therapy types: