Humanistic therapy is a holistic approach which encourages self-exploration by looking at your past, present and future. It integrates all aspects of your personality (body, mind, emotions, behaviour and spirituality) to help you become more self-aware, authentic, empowered, creative and more ‘whole’ as a person. This approach draws upon many models (e.g. Person-centred, Gestalt and Existential) and holds empathy, non-judgement and unconditional positive regard highly, meaning the relationship you build with your counsellor is just as important as the techniques they use, which encourage your personal growth and help you reach your fullest potential. Humanistic therapy can be long or short-term and is helpful for a broad range of issues, including depression, relationship issues, addictions, anxiety and personality disorders.