Humanistic Psychotherapy

Humanistic psychotherapy views the relationship between therapist and client as central to therapeutic progress and, therefore, aspires to foster a strong relationship through genuineness, warmth, positive regard and empathy. The humanistic approach conceives that people are inherently good, consequently it does not solely focus on overt symptoms, but instead the great potential within each individual. Ultimately, the aim is to create a positive environment where clients can look at themselves honestly and acceptance, helping to promote deeper understanding and personal growth.