Alfred Adler Institutes of San Francisco and Northwestern Washington

Distance Training in
Classical Adlerian Depth Psychotherapy:
Advanced Socratic Method - Part I
DT307A

Instructor: Henry T. Stein, Ph.D.

(Revised 1-8-15)

Objective: To learn the principles and techniques of the Socratic method and its use in psychotherapy and supervision.
Reading: Selected published articles, books, and concept maps about the Socratic method. .
Audio: Demonstrations of the Socratic method by Sophia de Vries and Henry Stein.
E-mail: Comments and questions.
Discussion: Six hours of telephone conferencing.
Time: Approximately six weeks.
Cost: $1,080.00
Note: Prerequisite: Courses DT101, DT102A, DT102B, DT201, DT301, DT302A, DT302B


Outline of Course Content

  • SYSTEMATIC QUESTIONING
    • Question Format.
    • Question Content.
    • Questioning Process.
    • Uses in Psychotherapy.
    • Examples.
  • INDUCTIVE REASONING
    • Ennumerative Generalizations - Subtypes Limitations.
    • Analogical Comparisons - Subtypes - Limitations.
    • Eliminative Causal Reasoning - Subtypes - Limitations.
    • Uses in Psychotherapy.
  • UNIVERSAL DEFINITIONS
    • Content of Universal Definitions.
    • Process of Using Universal Definitions.
    • Functions of Universal Definitions.
    • Clarifying Category Membership
    • Identifying Potential Causes.
    • Building New Knowledge.
    • Boadening Perspectives.
    • Guiding Behavior Change.
  • DISAVOWAL OF KNOWLEDGE
    • Disavowal of Knowledge by Client.
    • Reducing Faith in Unsupported Beliefs.
    • Promoting the Search for New Information.
    • Enhancing Critical Thinking Skills.
    • Disavowal of Knowledge by Therapist.
    • Intellectual Modesty.
    • Genuine Desire for Learning.
    • Collaborative Empiricism.
  • SELF-IMPROVEMENT
    • Wisdom.
    • Courage.
    • Moderation.
    • Justice.
    • Piety.
    • Intellectual Modesty
    • .
    • Genuine Desire for Learning.
    • Collaborative Empiricism.
  • STRATEGIES IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
    • Surveying.
    • Excavating.
    • Contracting.
    • New Perspectives.
    • Dramatizing.
    • Surprising.
    • Exploring.

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