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Humanistic Model

- Humanistic Model : The Humanistic Model states that our problems originate when we are prevented from being our complete selves. It accepts that all people want to achieve self-actualization, and problems ar ise when obstacles hinder that process. Interventions are designed to help the person be self-aware and to reach their full potential. Measurement comes in the form of descriptive narratives that measure the person's quality of life. By accepting ourselves fully for who we are, we can improve our lives
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