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Some central tenets of humanistic and existential psychology, such as self-realization and self-actualization, sometimes criticized for being insufficiently `tough-minded′, are challenged in this provocative book.
Friedman′s aim is not to leave behind that which has been valuable to the movement, but rather to advance humanistic psychology with a more coherent vision of psychology for contemporary psychologists and psychotherapists. He focuses on dialogue and the human image, two elements essential to any psychology that is truly humanistic. He explores the work of many leading figures in humanistic psychology and presents a goldmine of information about psychotherapy, interpersonal encounter and the need for mutual affirma
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Book Description Sage Pubns, Newberry Park, CA, 1992. Trade Paperback. Condition: Good. Two light stains on the foredge. Light rubs and spine creases. Former owner's name in ink on the back of the front cover. Seller Inventory # 014199
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