Humanistic therapy is a psychological approach that centres on an individual’s innate drive for self-actualization and personal growth. The ultimate goal is to foster self-actualization, wherein individuals realise and fulfil their potential, leading to a sense of purpose and fulfilment. Common techniques involve open-ended questioning, reflective listening, and experiential exercises, aiming to facilitate self-exploration and personal development. Humanistic therapy is applied to address diverse concerns, including self-esteem, identity, and the quest for meaning in life.