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Jon Carlson,Michael P. Maniacci
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Jon Carlson, Michael P. Maniacci. Alfred Adler was one of the most influential thinkers in psychotherapy – a physician, psychiatrist, author, and professor who wanted to answer the questions that plagued people during a significant time in history

Jon Carlson, Michael P. Alfred Adler was one of the most influential thinkers in psychotherapy – a physician, psychiatrist, author, and professor who wanted to answer the questions that plagued people during a significant time in history. His original ideas serve as a foundation for most modern theories of counseling and psychotherapy, ideas and writings that are brought back to life in this volume. In doing so, they pay tribute to, analyze, and disseminate his classic, seminal.

Alfred Adler Revisited book. Alfred Adler Revisited not only plays homage to a great professional, it revives his ideas and encourages debate over fundamental human issues.

Alfred Adler Revisited. Jon Carlson, Michael P. Jon Carlson, PsyD, EdD, ABPP is Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Counseling at Governors State University and a psychologist at the Wellness Clinic in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Alfred Adler Revisited. Jon Carlson, PsyD, EdD, ABPP is Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Counseling at Governors State University and a psychologist at the Wellness Clinic in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Michael P. Maniacci, PsyD, is a published author and former core faculty member at the Adler School of Professional Psychology. He is on the board of consultants for many parent and family organizations, and has published several chapters, articles, and books on Adlerian theory. He maintains private practices in Chicago and Naperville, Illinois.

Jon Carlson, PsyD, EdD, ABPP is Distinguished Professor of Psychology . Other than that it's a book of essays by Alfred Adler, not much else to say.

Jon Carlson, PsyD, EdD, ABPP is Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Counseling at Governors State University and a psychologist at the Wellness Clinic in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.

In stock on June 12, 2018. By Jon Carlson, Michael P. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles. Alfred Adler Revisited. Alfred Adler’s paper The Progress of Mankind was originally published in 1937. Publisher: Routledge.

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Alfred Adler was one of the most influential thinkers in psychotherapy – a physician, psychiatrist, author, and professor who wanted to answer the questions. First Published 2012. eBook Published 22 May 2012. Pub. location New York.

Alfred Adler was one of the most influential thinkers in psychotherapy – a physician, psychiatrist, author, and professor who wanted to answer the questions that plagued people during a significant time in history. His original ideas serve as a foundation for most modern theories of counseling and psychotherapy, ideas and writings that are brought back to life in this volume. Within, contemporary experts comment and introduce Adler's work through the lens of the 21st century. In doing so, they pay tribute to, analyze, and disseminate his classic, seminal papers that have significantly impacted the therapy field. The 23 papers included were chosen because of their relevance to today's issues, and their importance in Adlerian theory and practice. They detail the core elements of his theory, the tactics he used to advocate change in individuals and systems, and emphasize how contemporary his ideas are. Alfred Adler Revisited not only plays homage to a great professional, it revives his ideas and encourages debate over fundamental human issues.
  • As an Adlerian, I am always fascinated by how others interpret Adler's Individual Psychology. Or, should I say, use to be fascinated? How many of these "This Is Adler's Point of View" books do we need? I don't mind folks writing this kind of book, but at this point, we probably have plenty available. I could stand more of the "Here Is How You Use Adler's Approach in Therapy" type of book. Interpret his theory in action. Adler always said that others would present his ideas in their own way. He even welcomed it. BUT, teach me how to practice it!

  • What is interesting about this book is how all the essays have preceding introductory essays by modern psychologists putting the essays by Adler in a modern context, clarifying how they relate to more recent thinking and theories. I very much enjoy that part. It definitely holds my intellectual interest. And it gives me more books to read in the future.

    I suppose one wouldn't be reading a book of 100 year old psychological ideas if one didn't believe there could be some value in them. But at the same time I like the modern updates as not all of Adler's ideas read as if they were written yesterday. Although some of the difficulty might just be related to the world we live in. It's hard to even grasp the concept of "social interest" in modern America - and I'm only half joking there.

    So I'd recommended this book if you are looking for a partial introduction to Adler's ideas. It's not comprehensive. Other than that it's a book of essays by Alfred Adler, not much else to say. Since as a layman, what particular psychologist's thoughts one most relates to seems to be as personal as taste, I don't know how worth they are adding to a book review. I do think some, maybe many, of Adler's theories (such as on insomnia) are too general, but it doesn't mean they are without some validity in a more limited context. I don't know how often the parallel is drawn, but some of Adler's thinking very much reminds me of Eric Berne, as it's describing some symptoms as being elaborate psychological game playing in an interpersonal context.

  • This book gives contemporary context for Adler's writing. All of the introductions by modern day authors help the reader comprehend the current day science, particularly Richard Watt's linkage of Individual Psychology and Positive Psychology.