Distance Training in
Classical Adlerian Depth Psychotherapy
Individual Adult Psychotherapy - Part I
||To develop a comprehensive blueprint for the tasks and stages of psychotherapy. To learn and practice techniques for cognitive, affective, and behavioral change, including the Socratic method, guided and eidetic imagery, and role-playing.
||Selected unpublished manuscripts on treatment, by Alfred Adler, Alexander Mueller, and Karl Nowotny. Study outline for recorded program.
||Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy: A Socratic Approach, a series of recorded lectures by Henry Stein. (Eighteen hours)
||Comments and questions.
||Five hours of telephone conferencing.
||Prerequisite: Courses DT101, DT102A, DT102B
Outline of Course Content
- TOOLS FOR THE ART OF THERAPY
- Defining the Working Relationship - Eliciting Cooperation - Maintaining Feeling of Equality
- Giving Genuine Empathy and Precise Encouragement - Building Self-Esteem,
- Reducing and Using Inferiority Feelings - Re-directing Superiority Striving
- Correcting Private Logic - Dissolving Apperception Scheme - Changing the Fictional Goal
- Providing Positive Modeling - Offering Challenges - Promoting Optimal Functioning
- TWELVE STAGES OF PSYCHOTHERAPY
- Map of the Complete Therapeutic Process - Uniqueness of Each Client's Journey
- Empathy and Relationship Stage - Information Stage - Clarification Stage
- Encouragement Stage - Interpretation-Recognition Stage - Knowing Stage
- Missing Experience Stage - Doing Different Stage - Reinforcement Stage
- Social Interest Stage - Goal-Redirection Stage - Support and Launching Stage
- THE SOCRATIC METHOD
- Origin of the Socratic Method - Use in Philosophy, Education, and Law - Socrates and Adler
- Socratic Psychotherapy - Inductive, Deductive, and Analogical Reasoning
- Questions at Each Stage of Therapy - Probing for Feelings, and Motives
- Eliciting Meaning, Details, and Links With Past - Uncovering Ideals, Reasons, and Results
- Exploring Opposites and Alternatives - Impact of Surprise and Dramatization
- PROVIDING THE MISSING EXPERIENCE
- Missing Emotional Experiences at Critical Ages - Evaluating Affective Deficits
- Individual and Group Formats for Process - Building Up for a Breakthrough - Client's Readiness
- Targeting Critical Ages, Family Members, and Situations - Designing a Scenario
- Role-Playing, Guided Imagery, and Narration - Developmental Issues and Strategies
- De-Briefing Techniques - Acceptance and Forgiveness - Digesting and Retaining New Experience
- DEMONSTRATIONS OF TECHNIQUES
- Transcribed and Annotated Demonstrations of Socratic Questioning - Line-by-Line Analysis
- Transcribed Demonstration of a Missing Experience Strategy for Re-Mothering
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Distance Training Course: DT302A - Individual Adult Treatment - Part I