Subjective Well-being and Positive Psychology

The goals of positive psychology are not actually new; they are informed largely from psychodyamic pioneers. Indeed, Sigmund Freud and C.G. Jung based their therapeutic interventions on approaches to the unconscious. Jung referred to this process as individuation; Carl Rogers, congruence and Abraham Maslow, self-realization. Techniques drawn from these theories and disciplines empower clients who choose counselling and psychotherapy to make an already good life great!