Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Focuses on the role of thinking how we feel and what we do. CBT emphasizes the fact that thoughts, rather than people or events, cause our negative feelings. CBT consists of the therapist and client working together and often calls for homework assignments.

Humanistic Therapy
Focuses on the uniqueness of the individual. The counselor helps the client realize their potential and together they work toward fulfilling the client’s potential through change and self-directed growth. This theory is also known as client-centered psychotherapy.

Interpersonal Therapy (IPT)
IPT is a short-term type of therapy in which the counselor helps the client to identify issues and problems of interpersonal relationships. The client's life experiences are explored in order to help them recognize problem areas in order to work towards a solution.

This approach is popular among practitioners.  This consists of combining various methods including cognitive behavioral therapy and humanistic therapy, for example.