Offerings in this section include many of the books used in distance training of Classical Adlerian Depth Psychotherapists. The works of Henry Stein and Sophia deVries which are devoted to making clear the style of therapy that accompanies Adler’s humane therapeutic theory. That theory is found in its most comprehensive form, in English translation, within the Collected Clinical Works of Alfred Adler. The Clinicians Guide offers thorough abstracts of each article or chapter contained within the 12-volume series.
Henry T Stein. Volume I fully describes the stages and tasks of Classical Adlerian Depth Psychotherapy (CADP), as well as comprehensive expositions of strategies for ... Read More
Henry T. Stein. Volume II, Part One includes a comprehensive guide to interpreting psychological movement. Part Two, on Life Style Analysis, covers: phases of the ... Read More
Serves something like bookends for the CCWAA series – providing both an introduction-overview as well as a conclusion-summary of the collection. It is a stand-alone ... Read More
Lydia Sicher. Dr. Lydia Sicher, M.D., Ph.D., united a brilliant brain with a dauntless spirit; she was therefore exactly the kind of human being who ... Read More
E-Book Here. Anthony Bruck achieved remarkably quick therapeutic results with individuals from many countries, often in unusual circumstances. Trained by Alfred Adler, he mastered Adler’s ... Read More
This section first acquaints the viewer with the most comprehensive collection of Adler’s writings in English, The Collected Clinical Works of Alfred Adler. It then identifies a variety of established texts that have aided professionals and nonprofessionals in understanding themselves and the human community around them. These popular volumes by Adler were transcriptions of lectures to participative audiences that Adler addressed in numerous speaking tours. Altogether, these are helpful in understanding the broader context of Adler’s theory.
Volume 1: The Neurotic Character. Fundamentals of Individual Psychology and Psychotherapy. [ISBN: 0-9715645-0-7]
A comprehensive edition, the first of its kind in English. Contains the prefaces of successive printings of Adler’s magnum opus. References and commentaries for the ... Read More
Volume 2: Journal Articles: 1898-1909. A Study of Organ Inferiority: 1907. The Mind-Body Connection, Social Activism, and Sexuality. [ISBN: 0-9715645-1-5]
Includes 16 articles as well as two extended works important to the development of IP. Contains Adler’s earliest professional work (1898); and his first book, ... Read More
Volume 3: Journal Articles: 1910-1913. Elaborating on the Basic Principles of Individual Psychology. [ISBN: 0-9715645-3-1]
24 longer articles and briefer reviews of books from the popular literature that he found pertinent to psychology and therapy. Includes the constructs “psychological hermaphroditism” ... Read More
Volume 4: Journal Articles: 1914-1920. Expanding the Horizons of Child Guidance. Neurosis and Psychosis. [ISBN: 0-9715645-4-X]
24 entries make clear Adler’s early social concern for child-guidance in six articles specifically dealing with children. His approach to neurosis and psychosis ranges broadly, ... Read More
Volume 5: Journal Articles: 1921-1926. Talent & Occupation; Crime & Revolution; Philosophy of Living. [ISBN: 0-9715645-5-8]
Includes 43 articles about half translated from the German language International Zeitschrift für Individualpsychologie and the others originally published in a variety of journals, newspapers ... Read More
Volume 6: Journal Articles: 1927-1931. Structure & Unity of Neurosis,; Reason, Feeling & Emotion; Dream Theory. A Study of Organ Inferiority: 1907. [ISBN: 0-9715645-6-6]
Half of the 26 articles were originally published in professional Adlerian journals; others as conference presentations (for the Sexual Sciences, for Modern Education, for the ... Read More
We include here non-Adlerian books (and authors) we have found especially helpful in applying Adler’s insights within the course of therapy. Just as we therapists creatively employ our personalities in co-thinking with our clients, so this literature, rich in context, spirit and focus, has assisted us in applying Adler’s insights by effectively humane means.