Humanistic therapy is an effective treatment for a wide range of mental health conditions, but is also helpful to those who don’t suffer from mental illness symptoms but instead want to grow as a person. Humanistic therapy leads to empowering personal growth for those participating in treatment. Having a non-judgmental space to process emotions and experiences can do wonders in treating mental health conditions and humanistic therapy’s holistic approach ensures all aspects, as opposed to simply early childhood, or the present, are processed.
The individualistic focus of humanistic therapy also helps you learn problem-solving and self-soothing skills, which can help when struggling with the stress and anxiety of daily life. Humanistic therapy can also increase self-esteem and promote an active approach in your life.
Humanistic therapy may be right for you if you struggle with feeling whole as a person, lack positive support in your life, and or seek to improve yourself and self-actualize. Humanistic therapy can also be a beneficial in treating:
- Panic disorders
- Personality disorders
- Relationship issues
- Self-esteem struggles