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Henry Stein Henry Stein is offline
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Default Welcome to the Forum - Ten Year Progress!

Welcome to our elegant, new forum interface, an appealing, efficient format for discussing the contemporary practice of Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy, based on Alfred Adler's original teachings and style of treatment, and enhanced by the inspiring ideas of Abraham Maslow. For an abundance of online material covering a wide range of topics, visit the Classical Adlerian Psychology web site at To gain a comprehensive overview, read "Classical Adlerian Theory and Practice" at For a perspective on Adler's relevance today, read "A Psychololgy for Democracy" at

Classical Adlerian psychology is a values-based, fully-integrated, theory of personality, model of psychopathology, philosophy of living, strategy for preventative education, and technique of psychotherapy. Its mission is to encourage the development of psychologically healthy and cooperative individuals, couples, and families, in order to effectively pursue the ideals of social equality and democratic living. A vigorously optimistic and inspiring approach to psychotherapy, it balances the equally important needs for individual, optimal development and social responsibility.

Join us for a study and discussion of "The Collected Clinical Works of Alfred Adler." This is a rare opportunity to explore the fascinating development of Adler's theory. Your questions and comments are invited. Please register as a forum member. When reading longer message threads, please note that you will need to select the next page links (at the lower right side of the page) to get to the last message of that thread.

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