Adlerian


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Ad·le·ri·an

 (ăd-lîr′ē-ən)
adj.
Of or being a psychological school based on the belief that behavior arises in subconscious efforts to compensate for inferiority and that psychological illness results from overcompensation for the perceived inferiority.

[After Alfred Adler.]

Adlerian

(ædˈlɪərɪən)
adj
(Psychiatry) of or relating to Alfred Adler or his ideas

Ad•le•ri•an

(ædˈlɪər i ən)

adj.
of or pertaining to Alfred Adler or his theories, esp. the belief that behavior is determined by compensation for feelings of inferiority.
[1930–35]
Translations

Adlerian

[ˌædˈlɪərɪən] ADJ (Psych) → adleriano
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In Part Two, Tan provides an overview and critique of 10 of the most prominent or historically-significant therapeutic approaches in modern counseling and psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic, Adlerian, Jungian, Existential, Person-Centered, Gestalt, Reality, Behavior, Cognitive-Behavioral, Rational-Emotive-Behavior, and marital and family therapies.
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(10.) Alfred Adler, "On Doodlings: The Craving for Symmetry," (1934) Individual Psychology: The Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research and Practice, Vol.
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