Humanistic psychology consists of a range of concepts and theories, of which client centred therapy is central. Key figures of this approach included Carl Rogers, Abraham Maslow, Charlotte Buhler and Sydney Jourard.
Humanistic psychology includes several approaches to counselling and therapy based on the following theories:
* the developmental theory of Abraham Maslow emphasizes a hierarchy of needs and motivations;
* the existential psychology of Rollo May acknowledges human choice and the tragic aspects of human existence;
* the person-centred, or client-centred, therapy of Carl Rogers is centred around the clients' capacity for self-direction and understanding of his/her own development.
The work of Carl Rogers, Abraham Maslow and Clark Moustakas offer to move away from the constraints of Behaviourist theory and introduce a more holistic kind of psychology, cemented Humanistic psychotherapy as Psychology's Third force.
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