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Adlerian Therapy
A discussion regarding Adlerian therapy, derived from the theories of Alfred Adler.
# 97013 | 4,274 words | 10 sources | MLA | 2006 | US

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This paper reviews and discusses Adlerian therapy, one of several psychotherapeutic models that were developed and applied in the early 1900s. According to the paper, the Adlerian approach serves as a model for growth, placing its emphasis on a positive view of human nature and finding that the human being is in control of his or her own fate instead of being a pawn of that fate. The paper reports that the Adlerian therapy approach was developed by physician, Alfred Adler.

Application of the Theory
The Therapy Situation

Sample of Sources Used:

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