Humanistic Approach

1. What is incongruence?

  • Where behaviour doesn't fit with actual thoughts and beliefs
  • Where patterns of behaviour shows irregular behavioural problems
  • Where there's a shift from self belief to lack of confidence
  • Where there's an equal reflecion of thoughts and behaviour
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2. Which bests suits the definition of self-concept?

  • The way we perceive ourselves
  • Self-esteem + self-image + ideal self
  • Self-confidence + appearance - incongruence

3. Which one of these is a weakness of the humanist appraoch therapy?

  • Only deals with surface behaviour
  • Client must be motivated to change
  • Client must discuss feelings
  • Long and exspensive

4. Who came up with the theory of conditions of Worth?

  • Roger
  • Walkate
  • Bowlby
  • Bandura

5. Which one of these is a strength of the humanist approach therapy?

  • Counsellor respects proximity
  • Counsellor is directive
  • Counsellor is non-directive
  • Counsellor provides advice


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