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In humanistic psychology, our ethical and moral intentions and values are believed to control our psychology and determine our behaviour. This holistic approach centres around our values and posits that we are inherently drawn to making creative choices in pursuit of heightened awareness, freedom and affirmation.
Humanistic psychology combines several different therapy techniques. These techniques are based on the ideas that we’re all born with a distinct, hierarchical set of needs and instincts, and we all possess free will. Because of this, we each have the ability to draw on our own inner wisdom and healing powers.
Humanistic therapists favour a non-pathological approach and instead concentrate on behaviours and traits that are adaptive, productive and beneficial for clients. Focusing on the present rather than the past, therapists work collaboratively with clients to cultivate communication that facilitates change.