1920s Austrian psychoanalyst Otto Rank proposes that separation from outdated thoughts, emotions, and behaviors is essential for psychological growth and development.
1950s Abraham Maslow says that people must not be viewed as a collection of symptoms but first and foremost as people.
1960s Fritz Perls popularizes the concept of externalizing other people’s expectations to find one’s truest self.
2004 American humanistic psychologist Clark Moustakas explores the uniquely human components of life: hope, love, self, creativity, individuality, and becoming.
During the 19th and into the early 20th century, ...