Humanistic Psychology

Humanistic psychology is a psychological movement that believes that humans are unique as individuals. Humanistic principles were put into practise during the 1960's "human potential" movement. The humanist is concerned with total growth of the individual in areas such as love, fulfilment, and self-worth.

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