2 Analytical Therapy He found balance between the conscious personal

2 analytical therapy he found balance between the

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2. Analytical Therapy He found balance between the conscious, personal unconscious, and collective unconscious. ... His theory of the collective unconscious necessitates a strong inclination in the belief that human nature is biological rather than social. Carl Jung Conscious,unconsci ous,determinism vs. free will,causality, teleologybiological, social optimistic and pessimistic something that every psychologist has. More accurately, every person has one. It is important for psychologist to be aware of their own concept of humanity because it influences greatly how the mental health professional approaches providing therapy to their patients. A sharp difference between the patient's and psychologist's concepts of humanity could lead to an ethical dilemma. In cases where such a difference does exist, psychologists will refer patients to other mental health professionals. Jung theory is not realistic to the world. According to Noll, he maintained that Jung meant his method of analysis to be means for direct experience of God and a means of spiritual redemption for individuals as well as mankind (Noll, 1997). Jung theory cannot apply towards Islam religion because when Jung doing his research for world religions of the world for ideas he had ignore the Islam religion but has impacted researchers. The foundation for this theory was based on specific archetypes and patterns that of Jungian Psychotherapy Concepts; Depth Psychology; Archetypal ... of the many therapeutic approaches derived from Jungian Psychology. 3. Individual Psychology Every individual, in this view, is unique, and his personality structure— including his unique goal and ways of striving for it—finds expression in his style of life, this life-style being the product of his own creativity. Alfred Adler Inferiority psychotherapy uniquenessoftheindivid ual,feelingsofinferiority, privatelogicversuscom monsense,compensatio n,subjectivefinalgoal,st yleoflife,strivingforperf ection,socialinterest,hol ism,schemaofappercepti on,birthorder,and courage. If the child was an only child, this personality theory will not fully apply to this child. Another weakness about this theory is Adler's idea that it start as a child. Some psychologists believe that your Adlerian therapy is a brief, psychoeducational approach that is both humanistic and goal oriented. It emphasizes the individual's strivings for success, connectedness with others, and contributions to society as being hallmarks of mental health.
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Nevertheless, the individual cannot be considered apart from society; all important problems, including problems of general human relations, occupation, and love, are social. personality develops over a certain period of time and can change as time passes. The drive to "perfection" also comes up as an issue for personality traits. Psychologists, like Roger, believe that it is a drive for acception, instead of perfection, is more important to create the personalities we think is best. However, like all theories, Adler had a lot of strengths. His biggest strength was
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