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This article is written to provide an overview of the past and present use of two common types of time-limited therapy. Brief (also known as 'short term') and intermittent therapies are explored. Using these time-limited frameworks, a structure and procedural review for conducting evidence-based intervention strategy is presented. Several popular methodologies that use a time-limited focus are reviewed. Recommendations, practice guidelines, and strategy foruseofthesemethodsarepresented.doi:10.1093/brief-treatment/mhn005 fatcat:7ghvjr5kfvdqrnqueli5h6j5dq