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Chapter 7 part2

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PSYB30 Chapter 7 March 7,9,
2011
I. Humanistic approaches on humanistic psychology
Humanism 3rd organizing force in NA psychology
3 Primary intellectual
o Psychoanalysis dark view of human. Unconscious
forces, dark libinal urges, fundamentally blind to our self-
regulation.
oBehaviorist tries to be neutral. The products of our
learning history. Neither good nor bad.
oHumanistic (existential) adopts a more optimistic view
about humans. All of us come into the world with
potentials. Attending to the environment that surrounds
it. We are fundamentally good, we are capable of
rationality, autonomous self-regulation.
Key figure in humanistic
oCarl Rogers psychotherapist Client-centered
therapy.
To know how to help people, you have to know
everything. Where personality came from.
Theory of personality.
There is a single motivation that underlines human
motivation. to actualized, maintain and enhance
our true self.
That true-self is always inside us. To see the
potential we have.
How do you know that the step or choice youre
making to be the true person you are.
There is a mechanism inside of us that informs us
if we are making a growth progress steps.
ORGANISMIC VALUING PROCESS its built
in the species.
That little voice that tells us if we are doing is right
or wrong.
Assuming that the environment is helping and that
organismic valuing process is helping too,We are on
the road to becoming a fully functioning person
characterized people who are actualizing their true
self.
www.notesolution.com
oOpenness to the experience not the same are the big
five
How the fully functioning person is free of the
need to defensively distort the reality they
experience.
They are able to listen attentively and without
anxiety.
Non-defensive and receptive of what the reality is
giving to them.
As a result, the fully functioning person can freely
live in the moment. Not worried about the past or
the future.
The fully functioning person has the ability to trust
their inner instructions, instincts. OVP, they go
with their gut.
How do we describe the pre-requisite to produce a fully
functioning person?
oPositive regard innate need to be loved and accepted.
All of us need this.
oAs part of maturation, we find that there are conditions
that we have to do so we feel this. We have to meet the
conditions.
oSome things will lead to approval or disapproval.
oThis is critical. Because as we grow, we learn how to seek
affection and love from others.
oYou need to prove your worth to get that positive regard.
oConditional positive regard love and approval are
earned occasionally by meeting certain conditions.
oWe achieve certain milestones. We are setting up a
situations that will make us get positive regard.
oEx. in family, all is science but you like art. So you kill
that interests to conform
So how do you fix this?
oSupply the client that is in psychological distress with the
UNCONDITIONAL POSITIVE REGARD that they
never received.
oSo you accept the client without reservations and without
conditions of worth.
oKey way to convey this is by expressing your emphatic
ways with the client. See the world how the client sees it.
Validate their perspective.
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oReflection the psychotherapist will use to convey their
emphatic view. You need to put into words that you get
them.
oBy reflection, it can have a transformative impact to the
clients themselves.
oThe counselor will give up everything, sense of self, except
to be able to understand the client.
oAs the counselor, you need to frame the aspect that the
client doesnt like, and you accept it. So they are able to
bring it to the light and reorganize their self.
Abraham Maslov
oThere is a hierarchy of basic needs.
oFundamentally deficiency motives. Based on lacks,
absences.
oThen we are motivated to restore them.
oYou feel a regression downwards and then when you
achieve that- if you meet the lower basic needs then you
can go up that hierarchy
oEx. physiological needs -> safety/ security once these
are met, then we go with social environment
oSocial environment connection, intimacy,
relationships, belongingness.
oAfter this, after our esteem needs have been met, we feel
connected with the social network, we have food, clothes,
etc.
oThen we move to the highest level, the self-actualization
oThis is not a deficiency need. It produces a drive-inducing.
Once we get to this level, we are in a stage to get more and
more of this experience. meta-needs
oOnce we are satisfied with the lower levels, then we get to
this stage.
oEx. beauty -> you want more of this even if we got it
already.
oThe pursuit of high order comes with the need to get the
PEAK EXPERIENCE- intense experiences of
momentary peaks of wonder and awe.
oThis will give you transformational insights.
oHe found that these peak experiences, we feel like we are
at the top of our game. We are spontaneous and
expressive, innocence. this is a rare experience in the
population. 1:2000 people are self-actualization.
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PSYB30 Chapter 7 March 7,9, 2011 I. Humanistic approaches on humanistic psychology Humanism 3 organizing force in NA psychology 3 Primary intellectual o Psychoanalysis dark view of human. Unconscious forces, dark libinal urges, fundamentally blind to our self- regulation. o Behaviorist tries to be neutral. The products of our learning history. Neither good nor bad. o Humanistic (existential) adopts a more optimistic view about humans. All of us come into the world with potentials. Attending to the environment that surrounds it. We are fundamentally good, we are capable of rationality, autonomous self-regulation. Key figure in humanistic o Carl Rogers psychotherapist Client-centered therapy. To know how to help people, you have to know everything. Where personality came from. Theory of personality. There is a single motivation that underlines human motivation. to actualized, maintain and enhance our true self. That true-self is always inside us. To see the potential we have. How do you know that the step or choice youre making to be the true person you are. There is a mechanism inside of us that informs us if we are making a growth progress steps. ORGANISMIC VALUING PROCESS its built in the species. That little voice that tells us if we are doing is right or wrong. Assuming that the environment is helping and that organismic valuing process is helping too,We are on the road to becoming a fully functioning person characterized people who are actualizing their true self. www.notesolution.com
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