Deviation from ideal mental health

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Ideal mental health - A state of contentment that we all strive to achieve 

Humanistic psychology - An approach to psychology that focuses on higher motivation, self-development and on each individual as unique 

Self-actualisation - Fulfilling one's potential in the broadest sense

Client-centred therapy - A form of humanistic therpay introduced by Rogers and desgined to increase the client's self-esteem and reduce incongruence between self and ideal self 

Self-esteem - The feelings that an individual has abour himself or herself

Clinician/clinical psychologist - A person who works in clinical psychology, concerned with the diagnosis…

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Deviation from ideal mental health

  • Created by: Emily~99
  • Created on: 22-05-17 14:30

Ideal mental health - A state of contentment that we all strive to achieve 

Humanistic psychology - An approach to psychology that focuses on higher motivation, self-development and on each individual as unique 

Self-actualisation - Fulfilling one's potential in the broadest sense

Client-centred therapy - A form of humanistic therpay introduced by Rogers and desgined to increase the client's self-esteem and reduce incongruence between self and ideal self 

Self-esteem - The feelings that an individual has abour himself or herself

Clinician/clinical psychologist - A person who works in clinical psychology, concerned with the diagnosis…

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