Drug Rehabilitation Humanistic Therapy
Drug Rehabilitating Humanistic Therapy
Developed in the middle 1900s as a response to Freudian and behaviorist therapies, humanistic therapy is based upon a belief that people are inherently good, and that humans are naturally predisposed to desire self-improvement and self-awareness.
With this hopeful and positive perspective, humanistic therapists focus their clients on the present and future, rather than the past. Within a warm and nurturing therapeutic environment, humanistic therapy clients are encouraged to develop their innate tendencies toward self-growth, personal development and continued health. By encouraging clients to both value themselves as they are while simultaneously continuing along a path of self-improvement, humanistic therapy establishes both a strong foundation and a blueprint for ongoing positive development.