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Humanistic therapy

Humanistic therapists provide advice and support without interpreting your feelings for you in an effort to assist you better comprehend what you're going through. In large part through allowing you to be who you truly are, your therapist will assist you in working toward the objective of leading the most fulfilling life possible. Along with speaking about the difficulties you're experiencing, you'll spend some time exploring how to increase and enhance identity. Usually, you'll be in charge of overseeing the meeting. When required, your therapist will interfere, but generally they will listen attentively to you while also sometimes pushing for clarification.

Humanistic therapy can be useful for addressing:

  • self-esteem issues

  • fear of judgment

  • anxiety

  • traumatic events that have altered your perception of self

  • depression

  • relationship issues

  • substance abuse

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