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HUMANISTIC APPROACHES

1. Explain Rogers' person-centered approach and his concept of unconditional positive regard. How is this approach different from other humanistic approaches? Compare Roger's approach to a different approach you have studied earlier in the course.

2. Explain each level of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Describe the importance of each need. Explain a situation in which an individual might work towards a higher need even if the lower ones are not met yet. How might you use this information when you develop goals with clients?

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3. Explain how the textbook describes: stress, adjustment, and health differences. How might each factor impact one’s personality development? Explain why these individual factors are important to know about your client.

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Carl Rogers advanced an approach to psychotherapy and counseling: the person-centered
approach. This therapy is reliant on the quality of the relationship between the client and the
counselor. This is alternatively referred to as a “way of being”, with the counselor illustrating the
core conditions which constitutes the relationship’s basis.
Carl Rogers uses the unconditional positive regard to describe or rather define a
technique utilized in his non-directive, client-centered therapy. Carl Rogers says that
unconditional positive regard involves the illustration of complete acceptance and support to an
individual no matter what he or she does.
Picking on psychodynamic therapy as the other different approach that I learnt in the
course, the person-centered approach is different from...


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