Definitely a theory I believe strongly in. I know for myself that if I am distracted by other things it becomes very difficult to be creative. If I am creative when I have other distractions the quality of my work definitely suffers. Most of the techniques we use in our creative process originate from this theory. Things like brainstorming, constructive critique sessions from our peers etc. all stem from the qualities this theory places its emphasis upon. In fact it could be argued that this theory negates many of the thoughts of the school of psychoanalytical creativity.

They argue that we need to overcome childhood trauma to become creative. We need to overcome the fears that this trauma causes such as the fear of failure. But the humanistic theory pushes that we need to be encouraged to advance creatively, regardless of these challenges. It’s not the suppression of creativity that makes us creative but the encouragement that makes us creative.

Humanistic Theory of Creativity:

Definitely a theory I believe strongly in. I know for myself that if I am distracted by other things it becomes very difficult to be creative. If I am creative when I have other distractions the quality of my work definitely suffers. Most of the techniques we use in our creative process originate from this theory. Things like brainstorming, constructive critique sessions from our peers etc. all stem from the qualities this theory places its emphasis upon.

In fact it could be argued that this theory negates many of the thoughts of the school of psychoanalytical creativity. They argue that we need to overcome childhood trauma to become creative. We need to overcome the fears that this trauma causes such as the fear of failure. But the humanistic theory pushes that we need to be encouraged to advance creatively, regardless of these challenges. It’s not the suppression of creativity that makes us creative but the encouragement that makes us creative.

Humanistic Theory of Creativity:

Definitely a theory I believe strongly in. I know for myself that if I am distracted by other things it becomes very difficult to be creative. If I am creative when I have other distractions the quality of my work definitely suffers. Most of the techniques we use in our creative process originate from this theory. Things like brainstorming, constructive critique sessions from our peers etc. all stem from the qualities this theory places its emphasis upon. In fact it could be argued that this theory negates many of the thoughts of the school of psychoanalytical creativity.

They argue that we need to overcome childhood trauma to become creative. We need to overcome the fears that this trauma causes such as the fear of failure. But the humanistic theory pushes that we need to be encouraged to advance creatively, regardless of these challenges. It’s not the suppression of creativity that makes us creative but the encouragement that makes us creative.

Humanistic Theory of Creativity:

Definitely a theory I believe strongly in. I know for myself that if I am distracted by other things it becomes very difficult to be creative. If I am creative when I have other distractions the quality of my work definitely suffers. Most of the techniques we use in our creative process originate from this theory. Things like brainstorming, constructive critique sessions from our peers etc. all stem from the qualities this theory places its emphasis upon. In fact it could be argued that this theory negates many of the thoughts of the school of psychoanalytical creativity.

They argue that we need to overcome childhood trauma to become creative. We need to overcome the fears that this trauma causes such as the fear of failure. But the humanistic theory pushes that we need to be encouraged to advance creatively, regardless of these challenges. It’s not the suppression of creativity that makes us creative but the encouragement that makes us creative.

Humanistic Theory of Creativity:

Definitely a theory I believe strongly in. I know for myself that if I am distracted by other things it becomes very difficult to be creative. If I am creative when I have other distractions the quality of my work definitely suffers. Most of the techniques we use in our creative process originate from this theory. Things like brainstorming, constructive critique sessions from our peers etc. all stem from the qualities this theory places its emphasis upon. In fact it could be argued that this theory negates many of the thoughts of the school of psychoanalytical creativity.

They argue that we need to overcome childhood trauma to become creative. We need to overcome the fears that this trauma causes such as the fear of failure. But the humanistic theory pushes that we need to be encouraged to advance creatively, regardless of these challenges. It’s not the suppression of creativity that makes us creative but the encouragement that makes us creative.