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Humanistic Psychology emerged as the third aspect of psychology in the 1950’s emerging in response to Psychoanalysis in Europe and Behaviorism in the West. We discuss the great minds of Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers and others with their contribution to psychology. In this episode, we discuss these major concepts:

  • Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
  • A person-centered therapy
  • Exploring how to embrace unconditional positive regard for patients and clients
  • Peak experiences 

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Debra Maldonado  00:28 

Hello, welcome to another episode of Soul Sessions with CreativeMind. I’m Debra Maldonado, here with Dr. Rob Maldonado, who is our Chief of psychology. We are talking about the great minds of psychology. Today we’re talking about humanistic psychology. We’ll get into that in a moment but before we begin, I’d like to remind you to subscribe to our channel here. If you’re watching us on YouTube, there’s a button in the corner, you can click and subscribe, and click the bell so you get notifications of every episode. If you’re listening to us on one of the podcast services, make sure you subscribe to our podcasts, so you can hear this whole series on the great minds of psychology. You don’t want to miss a single episode. Today we’re talking about humanism.

Robert Maldonado  01:22

Humanistic psychology. Before we start, I wanted to give a shout-out to our graduate community, ever-growing, ever-expanding, we love you guys. Thank you for your support, your incredible talent, the incredible ideas that you bring to CreativeMind.

Debra Maldonado  01:45

Graduate community are our Jungian life coach training, but if you’re a graduate, it’s for you too. What is humanism? I’m gonna read a definition, then we’ll discuss it. It’s an outlook or system of thought attaching prime importance to human rather than divine or supernatural matters. Humanists beliefs stress the potential value and goodness of human beings, emphasize common human needs, and seek solely rational ways of solving human problems.

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