Process of Existential-Humanistic Psychotherapy:
This therapeutic process focuses on the client’s relationship with themselves with the aim of facilitating the client’s ability to be more present with what they are experiencing. The client is supported to access and express their inner life. By doing this, the client discovers more of who they are, what they value, what they want, and how to actualize who they are in the world.
This therapeutic process also focuses on the relationship of the client to others in their life. The aim is to help the client explore the ways in which they relate to others that are open and connected or closed and disconnected. This allows the client to be more aware of and to take fuller responsibility for more effective ways of relating.
Regardless of whether it is individual, couple, family, or group therapy, this therapeutic process supports the client to stay present with what is of concern to them in the moment, and freshly explore it. By engaging in this process, week in and week out, clients discover new ways of thinking, feeling, and acting that are more fulfilling.