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Default Adlerian Use of Fiction in Psychotherapy

"The Use of Fiction in Psychotherapy: A Contribution to Bibilotherapy," an article by Sofie Lazarsfeld, suggests that discussing a client's recently remembered books, or stories recalled from early childhood, may provide useful insight into the individual's style of life and unconscious, fictional goal. Also, having the client read selected books (as well as view films or TV shows), may elicit meaningful reactions. To read a preview of the article, go to www.Adlerian.us/fict-psy-preview.htm. The full article may be accessed through our new subscription site at www.Adlerian.us/subscription.htm.
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