Alfred Adler Institutes of San Francisco and Northwestern Washington

Distance Training in
Classical Adlerian Depth Psychotherapy:
Comprehensive Study/Discussion of
The Collected Clinical Works of Alfred Adler, Volumes 1-12
Course DT105

Instructor: Henry T. Stein, Ph.D.
(Revised 11-15-11)

Objective: To gain a deeper understanding of Adler's Adler's theory of personality and psychopathology.
Reading: The Collected Clinical Works of Alfred Adler, Volumes 1-12.
E-mail: Comments and questions.
Discussion: About Twelve to eighteen hours of telephone conferencing.
Time: Approximately twelve to eighteen weeks.
Cost: $150.00/hour
Note: Prerequisites: Courses DT102A, DT102B, DT103, DT104.


Outline of Course Content

Vol. 1 - The Neurotic Character:
Fundamentals of Individual Psychology and Psychotherapy.
A completely new translation of the 1927 fourth edition, with three hundred new endnotes.

Vol. 2 - Journal Articles: 1898-1909
The Mind-Body Connection, Social Activism, and Sexuality.
A Study of Organ Inferiority and seventeen journal articles.

Vol. 3 - Journal Articles: 1910-1913
Elaborating on the Basic Principles of Individual Psychology.
Twenty-four journal articles including Adlerís historic resignation letter from Sigmund Freudís circle.

Vol. 4 - Journal Articles: 1914-1920
Continuing Development of the Basic Principles of Individual Psychology.
Twenty-four articles featuring Adlerís growing interest in child guidance, psychopathology, politics, and the psychological impact of war.

Vol. 5 - Journal Articles: 1921-1926
Talent & Occupation, Crime & Revolution, Philosophy of Living.
Forty-three articles on neurosis, crime, depression, abortion, child guidance, talent, philosophy, and social evolution.

Vol. 6 - Journal Articles: 1927-1931
Structure & Unity of Neurosis, Reason, Feeling & Emotion, Dream Theory.
Twenty-six articles covering the psychology of power, neurosis and jokes, courage, reason, intelligence, and the American character.

Vol. 7 - Journal Articles: 1931-1937
Birth Order & Early Memories, Social Interest & Education, Treatment.
Twenty-eight articles focusing on child development, delinquency, substance abuse, and preventing neurosis.

Vol. 8 - Lectures to Physicians & Medical Students
Medical Course at a Hospital & Postgraduate Lectures at a College.
Twenty-eight unpublished lectures given in the U.S. and Europe emphasizing mind-body influences.

Vol. 9 - Case Histories
Problems of Neurosis, The Case of Mrs. A., The Case of Miss R.
Adlerís illustration of the art of life style analysis with thirty-five cases.

Vol. 10 - Case Readings & Demonstrations
The Problem Child, The Pattern of Life.
Case interpretations and interviews with children, parents, and teachers.

Vol. 11 - Education for Prevention
Individual Psychology in the Schools, The Education of Children.
Lectures capturing Adlerís passionate belief in the potential of teachers and schools to launch children in a positive social direction.

Vol. 12 - The General System of Individual Psychology
Overview and Summary of Classical Adlerian Theory & Current Practice.
Adlerís comprehensive overview of his theory and contemporary articles on current practice. (An excellent Volume to begin a study of Adler.)


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                    Comprehensive Study/Discussion of 
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                    Course DT105
		     

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