Humanistic Characteristic 1: A _________________ approach which assumes that one must understand a person's subjective experience to understand that person.
Humanistic Characteristic 2: A focus on __________ behaviors.
Humanistic Characteristic 3: A belief in the individual's inherent potential for ____________ and ___________.
Humanistic Characteristic 4: A view of therapy as involving an __________, collaborative, and ____________ relationship between therapist and client.
Humanistic Characteristic 5: A rejection of traditional ______________ and _____________.
- Assessment techniques
- Diagnostic labels
The following four therapies are considered Humanistic:
- Person-centered therapy
- Gestalt therapy
- Existential therapy
- Reality therapy
Constructivist therapies incorporate several approaches to therapy, and emphasize the client's ___________, which is viewed as being (to some degree) _________ and/or ____________ constructed.
- Perceived reality
The focus of Constructivist-oriented therapy is on the ____________ rather than on the accuracy or rationality of the client's created meanings.
Process of meaning creation.