Based on Individual Psychology, this new edition provides easily understood theory for the professional and the student as well as a wealth of practical suggestions for parents and educators. In addition to theoretical explanations, the book discusses how to deal with problems and situations arising in family relationships. It stresses the technique of encouragement, and the application of logical consequences instead of punishment.
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Table of Contents, Dedication, Foreword (to the Revised Edition), Foreword (to the First Edition), Preface, Acknowledgements Historical Overview, Adlerian Theory and Family Counseling. The Counselor. Basic Steps in Family Counseling, Psychological Premises. Diagnostic Techniques: Gathering Significant Information. Corrective Measures. Working with Specific Problems. Counseling Adolescents. Teens, Addiction, and Abuse. Special Families. Case Studies. Appendices. Index. About the Authors.
"Relatively few psychologists are knowledgeable about Adlerian psychology, and [this book] can redress some of that lack....[C]ounselors, psychotherapists, teachers, social workers, and many other professionals will find excellent ideas here for how to help children adolescents, and their families.."
"While the book is directed primarily to a professional audience and should become the textbook for family counselors, it can have a direct personal benefit to parents and others who are tangentially involved in the field of family counseling--physicians, lawyers, ministers, teachers, nurses and others who work with parents with problems.."
-R. J. Corsini, Ph.D., about the first edition
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