The main contribution of humanistic and related practice to social work is its focus on the aim of enhancing individual personal development. The aim is to understand our personal identity in relation to others, not just to their identities but to the totality of who they are and the relationships they are part of. This becomes a way of empowering all aspects of our human creativity in support of human rights in human society.
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