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Description - Adlerian Psychotherapy by Ursula E. Oberst

Adlerian Psychotherapy gives an account of Adlerian therapy and counselling from its origins to the present day, and proposes an advanced version of the theory. The main principles and concepts of Adler's thinking are re-examined from a contemporary perspective, placing them in the context of other contemporary approaches. Adler's techniques are described then applied to an understanding of what an Adlerian approach to family life would look like, using clinical examples throughout. The authors analyse the possible contribution of Adlerian theory in the context of the challenges of postmodern thought and postmodern society. It will be invaluable to professionals, practitioners and students of counselling and psychotherapy.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781583911228
ISBN-10: 1583911227
Format: Paperback
(234mm x 156mm x 12mm)
Pages: 240
Imprint: Brunner-Routledge
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Publish Date: 5-Dec-2002
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Ursula E. Oberst

Ursula E. Oberst is Assistant Professor for Psychological Counselling and Psychology of Personality at the Ramon Llull University in Barcelona. She also works as a psychotherapist in private practice. Alan E. Stewart works as an Assistant Professor in the Community Counselling and Counselling Psychology programmes in the Department of Counselling and Human Development Services at the University of Georgia.