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Analytical Theory

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  • Analytical theory was given by Carl Gustav Jung.
  • Carl Jung was one of Freud՚s most beloved student. He did not agree to the theory proposed by Freud and broke away from him to form his own theory. His disagreed to the emphasis lead by Freud on sex. He believed that the psyche of a person was more directed to life goals and reaching his final goal than towards libido. In each person, the psyche contains conscious and unconscious elements. The unconscious mind of a person is further divided into two types:
  1. Personal unconscious. This material is fed in by the person himself into his unconscious mind which can be expressed if laid stress upon.
  2. Collective unconscious. This material is hereditary and co…

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Client-Centered Theory

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Client Centered theory was proposed by Carl Rogers. This theory is also known as person-centered or Rogerian theory. This theory poses optimistic look towards human nature. This theory says that man has a tendency to actualize his real potential and express and present it to the world, struggling and winning through the struggles he is going through internally. This is best accomplished in an…

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