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Method of Levels (MOL), is a cognitive therapy based on Perceptual Control Theory (PCT).

It is a person-centred, metacognitive, and transdiagnostic approach to therapy, based on active listening and questioning. Clients are assisted in generating solutions and gaining control over their distress, emphasising focus on process rather than content.

MOL can be used to enhance the effectiveness of treatments for specific problems and mental disorders, and also to address issues in the delivery of treatment such as lack of engagement, poor motivation, and resistance.

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