Identify the basic characteristics of the humanistic therapies, and describe the specific goals and techniques of Carl Rogers’ client-centered therapy.
- Humanistic therapists aims to boost self-fulfillment by helping people grow in self-awareness and
is a form of humanistic therapy:
The therapist listens to the needs of the patient in an accepting and non-judgmental way.
The therapist engages in active listening and echoes, restates, and clarifies patient’s thinking, acknowledging expressed feelings.