Chapter 9 was largely theoretical and abstract. Actual therapy, however, is specific and hands on. As a result, adapting relevant methods that can serve the needs of specific people is a key to success. Examples include reworking Gregory Bateson’s theories of cybernetics and René Girard’s work with role-modeling and its implications. These, of course, are but two representative examples of how existing methods can be adapted to deal with anomie and its potential impacts upon mental health. Others exist.