Humanistic Therapy

Our counseling psychologists at Human Integrated Performance are well versed in a variety of therapies and counseling techniques to suit your needs, including Humanistic Therapy.

Humanistic therapy or humanism is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on the characteristics of individuals rather than categorizing groups with similar issues as comparable. Humanistic therapy examines the whole person, not just from the therapist’s perspective, but also from the viewpoints of individuals who are studying their own actions. The emphasis is placed on a person’s good qualities and behaviors, as well as their capacity to utilize their personal instincts to find wisdom, growth, healing, and happiness within themselves.

Humanistic therapy is used to treat a variety of conditions, including depression, anxiety, panic disorders, personality disorders, schizophrenia, and family relationships. Humanistic therapy can help people with low self-esteem who are experiencing difficulties in locating their purpose or achieving their full potential, as well as those who are looking for personal meaning, are not comfortable with themselves as they are, and so on. Contact us to learn more or visit our psychology clinic conveniently located in central west Edmonton in the Glenora area.

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