Adlerian psychotherapy

· Adlerian is an umbrella term that encompasses a diversity of approaches to psychology and psychotherapy generally related to the ideas of Alfred Adler. Contents 1 Main Branches 1.1 Classical Adlerian 1.2 Dreikursian 1.3 Neo-Adlerian 1.4 Psychoanalytic-Adlerian 2 Notable twentieth-century Adlerians 3 Ver también 4 External links Main Branches Classical Adlerian See the main article Classical Adlerian psychology Classical Adlerian psychology is based on Adler's original teachings and style of psychotherapy. It features a twelve-stage depth psychotherapy model that targets the dissolving of the style of life and fictional final goal, paving the emergence of the self/other/task actualization described by Abraham Maslow. The therapeutic technique is creative and Socratic. Dreikursian The Dreikursian approach is based on the theoretical and therapeutic variations developed by Rudolf Dreikurs. It features a simplified, four-stage counseling model of limited life style change. The counseling technique is more systematic and didactic. Dreikurs' teachings form the basis for many parent education programs. Neo-Adlerian The Neo-Adlerian approach reflects an attempt to mix Adlerian principles with those of Cognitive Therapy, Reality Therapy, Object-Relations, Positive Psychology, Solution-Oriented Therapy, and other popular psychologies. Psychoanalytic-Adlerian The Psychoanalytic-Adlerian approach, currently prominent in Germany, represents an attempt to merge Freudian and Adlerian theory and practice, apparently to qualify for insurance reimbursement. Notable twentieth-century Adlerians Alexandra Adler (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Kurt Adler (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Heinz Ansbacher (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Rowena Ansbacher (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Lilian Beattie (REINO UNIDO) Willard Beecher (ESTADOS UNIDOS) James Bitter (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Phyllis Bottome (REINO UNIDO) Jon Carlson (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Oscar Christensen (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Raymond Corsini (ESTADOS UNIDOS) James Croake (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Don Dinkmeyer (Sr.) (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Don Dinkmeyer (Jr.) (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Eva Dreikurs-Ferguson (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Rudolf Dreikurs (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Leo Gold (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Horst Groner (Alemania) Clair Hawes (Canadá) Bernhard Handlbauer (Austria) James Hemming (REINO UNIDO) Roy Kern (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Nira Kfir (Israel) Kevin Leman (ESTADOS UNIDOS) ricardo r. Kopp (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Guy Manaster (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Eric Mansager (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Anthea Millar (REINO UNIDO) Harold Mosak (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Edna Nash (Canadá) Ursula Oberst (España) Hertha Orgler (REINO UNIDO) Linda Page (Canadá) Paola Prina (REINO UNIDO) Paul Rom (REINO UNIDO) Bernard Shulman (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Lydia Sicher (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Ugo Sodini (Italia) Annamaria Teglia Sodini (Italia) Manford Sonstegard (REINO UNIDO) Henry Stein (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Rita Udall (REINO UNIDO) Sophia de Vries (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Richard Watts (ESTADOS UNIDOS) Lewis Way (REINO UNIDO) Razvan Gogalniceanu (RO) Vlad Grigorescu (RO) Lena Rusti (RO) See also Depth psychology Alfred Adler Psychoanalysis Individual psychology Adlerian External links Alfred Adler Institutes of San Francisco and Northwestern Washington Classical Adlerian Theory and Practice This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia (ver autores).

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