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Interpretation: Clients motives for current behavior. Interpretations create awareness ofan individuals life directions, goals and purposesReorientation and Reeducation: Final stage, putting sights into practice. Shifting rules of interaction, process and motivation. Clients encouraged to take risks and make changesEncouragement: Build clients courage in order for them to face tough times in life. Change/Search for New Possiblitites: Clients make decisions and change goals. (As if technique)Who Is In Charge? What Is the Role of the Client and the Counselor?What is the counselor responsible for in sessions? What is the client expected to do? Who takes the leading role in the interaction? 1.Counselor and client work together as a team. 2. Counselor helps client sort through their basic mistakes in thinking, valuing, selfishness, unrealistic ambitions, and lack of confidence, 3. Counselors help clients explore fears 4. Counselors make assessments on clients functioning 5. Counselors interpret findings 6. Client must be willing to change lifestyle 7.Client must be willing to participate, trust, respect and collaborate with the counselor. 8.Clients private logic; concept of self, others and life that constitutes the philosophy on their lifestyle
Web ResourcesWho uses this theory? How do they present themselves to the wider community? Where are resources for learning more? NASAP or North American Society of Adlerian Psychology: Professionals in the fields of education, psychology, psychiatry, counseling, social work, pastoral care, business, and family education use this theory. They present themselves to the community by promoting research, knowledge, training of the core concepts. They encourage the participation of parents, families and community members. More information can be found at alfredadler.orgScholarly Articles, Books, and Resources on the TheoryWhat are some good references that I may want to refer to in the future?Corey, Gerald. Theory and Practice ofCounseling and Psychotherapy,10th Edition. Cengage Learning, 20160101. VitalBookfile.Millar, A. (2013). Trauma Therapy: Adlerian Perspective. The Journal of Individual Psychology.Seibles, T. (Director). (2018). Adlerian Therapy[Motion Picture].
Key ConceptsWhat are some of the key propositions of the theory? How and why do people develop problems?Way of thinking: Philisophical Approach, explores themes such as freedom, responsibility, anxiety,meaning, mortality, and aloneness.View: People are responsible for the choicesand actions they makeBasic dimentsions of human conditiTheory of ChangeHow can therapy help a person overcome problems? What must a person do to improve his or her functioning?1.Client becomes self-aware of how they areresponsible for the choices they make.