individual psychology

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individual psychology

This school, founded by Alfred Adler, aims to reach an understanding of mental disturbance through the examination of early feelings of inferiority and subsequent compensatory activity, and to improve patterns of reaction.
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Similar to PP, Adlerian Psychology acknowledged human strength and the potential for higher levels of mental health and well-being.
Adlerian psychology and psychotherapy: A relational constructivist approach.
He is also current president of the SC Society of Adlerian Psychology.
The author's studies in Adlerian psychology lend well to her tips for achieving more positive results, offering examples of common misbehavior and how to identify unconscious parenting habits that thwart the parenting process as a whole.