A good therapeutic strategy specifies the overall goals of the therapy – the bugs to be removed in the various relevant programs in order to restore the simplicity of the multi-system and renew its ability to mobilize corrective feedback. Characteristics of an effective strategy are discussed. A list of guiding principles for a culturally sensitive therapeutic alliance is proposed. Therapy sessions can be conducted in any framework: individual, family, group and community, simultaneously or in succession. In each session, the therapist is making therapeutic moves. The purpose of main moves is to rebalance the emotions that maintain the bugs and remove the bugs; preparatory moves prepare the ground for the main moves; and auxiliary moves monitor a client’s actions that can interfere with the successful achievement of the main moves. These three types of moves can be made by any suitable existing therapeutic technique or by techniques made up by the therapist, as long as the techniques are tailored to the client’s personality, style and culture, can effectively rebalance the unbalanced emotions and can remove the bugs.