Alfred Adler Institutes of San Francisco and Northwestern Washington

Distance Training in
Classical Adlerian Depth Psychotherapy:
Intermediate Theory: Part I
DT102A

Instructor: Henry T. Stein, Ph.D.

(Revised 2-3-15)

Objective: To develop a deeper and detailed insight into Adler's theory of personality through a comprehensive study.
Reading: Selected chapters from published books, journal articles, and unpublished lectures by Alfred Adler.
Audio: Classical Adlerian Theory & Practice (Part I), a series of audio taped seminars presented by Henry Stein offering a stimulating combination of lecture, questions and discussion. (Fifteen hours)
E-mail: Comments and questions.
Discussion: Five hours of telephone conferencing.
Time: Approximately five to ten weeks.
Cost: $940.00
Note: Prerequisite: Course DT101


Outline of Course Content

  • STRIVING FOR SIGNIFICANCE
    • Horizontal and Vertical Striving
    • Normal and Exaggerated Inferiority Feelings
    • Inferiority Complex
    • Primary and Secondary Inferiority Feelings
    • Normal, Under, and Over-Compensation
    • Five Fields of Striving (Bruck)
    • Use of Inferiority Feelings
  • SOCIAL INTEREST
    • Deeper Meaning of Gemeinshaftsgefeuhl
    • Scope of the Feeling of Community
    • Psychological Functions (Thinking, Feeling, Action, ...)
    • Developmental Schema
  • ACTIVITY LEVEL
    • Degree of Activity
    • Radius of Activity
    • Spheres of Activity (Tasks of Life)
    • Direction of Activity
  • STYLE OF LIFE
    • Definitions (Adler, de Vries, & Sicher)
    • Components (Traits, Attitudes, Complexes, ...)
    • Dynamics (Unity, Creativity, Uniqueness, ...)
    • Expressive Movement
    • Origin in Childhood
    • Typologies of Adult Styles
  • ROOTS OF DEVELOPMENT
    • Creative Power of the Child
    • Pregnancy/Birth Experience
    • Family Constellation/Birth Order
    • Physical Constituiton and Aspect
    • Formative Education/Parenting Styles
    • Social-Economic-Religious-Cultural Factors
    • Gender Role
  • FICTIONS, RECOLLECTIONS, AND DREAMS
    • Types and Purposes of Fictions
    • Understanding Psychological Movement
    • The Function of Early Recollections
    • Day and Night Dreams
    • Life Style Conclusions

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