Adler Speaks: The Lectures of Alfred Adler

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Karen A. Drescher, Mark H. Stone
iUniverse, 2004 - Psychology - 115 pages
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"Adler Speaks" is a compilation of Alfred Adler's speeches. The initial speeches discuss the Differences between Alfred Adler's Individual Psychology and Sigmund Freud's Psychoanalysis. Additional speeches cover an array of subjects from marriage and family to specific therapeutic issues such as: bashfulness, courage, criminal behavior, eating disorders, laziness, migraines and stuttering. While Most of the chapters are relatively short, they add depth of understanding to Adler's works. "I read with delight the articles in this publication, which were collected from the National Archives in Washington, D.C. While some of the content in them are by no means new to the informed Adlerian, they reflect some of Adler's basic ideas in a new light. They are a welcome addition to the Adlerian literature collection for some of the more seasoned Adlerians and are an excellent beginning for persons who are less familiar with Alfred Adler's ideas."
--John F. Newbauer, Ed.D., President 2002-2004, North American Society of Adlerian Psychology

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Mark H. Stone, PsyD, is a member of the Doctoral Care Faculty and a Distinguished Service Professor at the Adler School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Stone earned his BA and BM at North Park University, his MM at the Chicago Musical College, and his PsyD in Clinical Psychology at Forest Institute of Professional Psychology. He is a Diplomate and Fellow of the American Board of Professional Psychology and School Psychology and of the American Board of Medical Psychotherapists. He is a Certified Supervisor and Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) counselor for Community Services for Drug and Alcohol Abuse (CSADC). He teaches courses in research methods, statistics and psychometrics, assessment of dementia, and other neuropsychological topics. His additional interests include Rasch measurement, data analysis, attention and memory, treatment of sex offenders, psychology supervision, and organizational counseling.

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