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Default Introduction to the Study and Discussion of Alfred Adler's Journal Articles

Join us for the first online study and discussion of Alfred Adler's newly translated journal articles and discover his remarkable legacy of psychological wisdom. We will explore Adler's fascinating development--from the early roots of socially responsible medicine, through the evolution of unequaled insight into the personality, and the development of an inspiring philosophy of living. Starting with his earliest published writings, and proceeding chronologically, each week or two (starting September 13th), we will focus on an article from "The Collected Clinical Works of Alfred Adler." Everyone is invited to participate--students, professors, clinicians, and anyone interested in learning more about Classical Adlerian Psychology. You can share your comments, ask questions, and respond to the messages left by other forum members. If you can't start right away, just follow the threads and participate when you are ready. Don't miss this rare opportunity to study Adler's original writings in depth and engage in dialogues with a wide community of Adlerians from all over the world.

To prepare for each discussion, read the suggested chapter in the appropriate volume. Copies of each volume may be purchased at Make notes of the highlights you wish to comment on and the questions you'd like to raise, then post them under the appropriate thread for each volume. Order Volume 2 now at, read Chapter I, and start posting your comments and questions. You'll need to register as a member before posting your first message--read George Neeson's message "Posting is Easy" for instructions.
Henry T. Stein, Ph.D,

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