This chapter provides a framework for integrative psychotherapy which focuses primarily on the internal integration of clients and the modes of communication within the therapeutic relationship that must be developed in order to promote it. This internal integration is one of the goals of integrative psychotherapy and consists of four main elements feelings, behaviours, bodily sensations and cognitions. The importance of emotions and bodily sensations is apparent in the person from a very early age. Good-quality interpersonal contact involves speech. Within psychotherapy, its importance can vary considerably from identifying an issue or problem to using the many dimensions of speech to enhance the therapeutic process. Cognition refers to an intellectual, rational means of understanding the world, experiencing life, and communicating and expressing that experience and understanding to others.