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PHENOMENOLOGICAL AND HUMANISTIC APPROACHESL short essay

Explain Phenomenological
(Humanistic) theory using Rogers Maslow theory explain each of the ideal below:

1. Key Concepts of Personality Formation
2. Explanation of Personality Disorder
3.Validity
4.Comprehensiveness
5.Applicability
6.Cultural Utility

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WHAT ARE PHENOMENOLOGICAL AND HUMANISTIC APPROACHES?
Phenomenological Approaches focus on how people view themselves, rather than relying on outside observation, for instance, a given individual's personal expression of their own world view. Humanistic Approaches present with an individual's potential for self-actualization and personal development. Both of these theories are used in conjunction with each other. Some of the theories based on the philosophy of P-H approach include: Carl Roger's Client-Centred Therapy or Person-Centred Theory & George Kelly's Personal Construct Theory. Experiences in therapy and personal self actualization intentions are at the centre of these theories.

Since these theories are humanistic and have an element of empowering the person, they have good validity in combination with other therapeutic modalities based on a well-structured theoretical system. In terms of comprehensiveness ...

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PHENOMENOLOGICAL AND HUMANISTIC APPROACHES: short essay
1. Key Concepts of Personality Formation
2. Explanation of Personality Disorder
3.Validity
4.Comprehensiveness
5.Applicability
6.Cultural Utility

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