Psychodynamic, Humanistic And Behavioral Theories: A Compare And Contrast
This theory emphasizes on an individuals natural ability to reach personal growth. This presumption does not see people's present behaviors as unconsciously guided by past experiences like the psychodynamic theory. Humanism is often seen as the softer, non-scientific side of psychology, it was the first, and in a way is the only theory so far that sees humans as truly special, individual creatures. It focuses on the entire population, rather than only those who are plagued with mental illness, and doesn't compare them to machines, as the behavioral or cognitive theories tend to do (Humanistic Theory).
The humanistic theory focuses on improvement or making life more pleasant rather than dredging up agonizing memories that are sometimes better left conceal