Phenomenological/humanistic theory to clinical situations
What do you think about the application of phenomenological/humanistic theory to clinical situations? Do you think that these concepts would be useful in helping individuals with mental illness? In what ways would they be useful? In what ways would they may not work? How do you think you could apply some of these concepts to problems in everyday life?
Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers are the American psychologists that are behind the humanistic theory which believes in the respect for humans (Payne and Malcolm 2014). It is based on understanding the existence of oneself and their roles. The ideas in this theory are considered to be simple and have beliefs like people focus more on the present and are not forecasting the future or concentrating on the past. The theory is also based on reality and people should be responsible for their actions, individuals…
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