Adlerian

Adlerian pertains to the theory and practice of Alfred Adler (1870 - 1937), whose school of psychoanalysis is called Individual Psychology (Individualpsychologie).

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Allan Cox (author) - Biography
... of Chicago, a non-degree granting, post-graduate organization, studying Adlerian psychology at night and working by day as a management consultant ... The November–December, 2007 issue of the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology Newsletter referred to Cox as “Adlerian to the bone,” quoting a ...
Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy - Contemporary Techniques - Classical Adlerian Psychologists
... Adlerian clients are encouraged to overcome their feelings of insecurity, develop deeper feelings of connectedness, and to redirect their striving for ... The ultimate objective of Classical Adlerian psychotherapy is to replace exaggerated self-protection (safeguarding), self-enhancement and self-indulgence, with greater self-knowledge and genuine ...
Classical Adlerian Psychology
... Classical Adlerian psychology is the system of psychology set up and developed by Alfred Adler under the title of Individual psychology after his break with Sigmund Freud ... It is also a contemporary Adlerian movement claiming (in quasi-polemical fashion) to preserve the genuine values of Adler's work in the present age ...
Alfred Adler - Basic Principles - Holism
... Metaphysical Adlerians emphasise a spiritual holism in keeping with what Jan Smuts articulated (Smuts coined the term "holism"), that is, the ... This aspect of Adlerian psychology holds a high level of synergy with the field of community psychology, especially given Adler's concern for what he called "the absolute truth and logic of communal life" ... However, Adlerian psychology, unlike community psychology, is holistically concerned with both prevention and clinical treatment after-the-fact ...
Homosexuality And Psychology - Developments in Individual Psychology
... In contemporary Adlerian thought, homosexuals are not considered within the problematic discourse of the "failures of life" ... Christopher Shelley (1998), an Adlerian psychotherapist, published a volume of essays in the 1990s that feature Freudian, (post)Jungian and Adlerian contributions that ... Individual Psychology, the English language flagship publication of Adlerian Psychology, released a volume in the summer of 2008 that reviews and corrects Adler's previously ...