Humanistic Therapy

HUMTHPHumanistic psychology (humanism) is grounded in the conviction that individuals are naturally good. This kind of psychology holds that moral qualities, integrity and good intentions are the driving forces of behaviour, while unfavorable social or psychological experiences can be attributed to deviations from normal tendencies.

Humanism incorporates a variety of therapeutic strategies, including Rogerian (individual focused) therapy, and frequently emphasizes a goal of self-completion.

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