Adlerian therapy

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  • Left society to focus more on social factors life seen as successful based on how well we relate to others see the world from the client’s perspectic stemmed from own experience as a child
  • - Goal alignment: both therapist and client are working towards the same thing in therapy. Similar goals.
  • Conrad’s basic mistakes: My mother doesn’t love me. My mother has to forgive me so I may forgive myself.
  • Useful vs. Unhelpful: belonging and being valued. Having healthy confidence and factors necessary for good relationships. Unhelpful involves being withdrawal and self absorption.
  • Adlerian therapy

    1. 1. Adlerian Therapy<br />By: Stephanie, Alice, Matt, and Farah<br />
    2. 2. Review of Adlerian Therapy<br />Vienna Psychoanalytic Society<br />Social Interest <br />The Phenomenological Approach<br />Inferiority and Superiority Complex<br />Birth Order<br />
    3. 3. Goals of Adlerian Therapy<br />Increase client’s social interest <br />Make a change in client’s lifestyle<br />Change self-defeating thoughts or behaviors<br />Increase self understanding<br />Encourage the client to see equality among all people<br />
    4. 4. The Therapeutic Relationship<br />Respect and trust<br />Goal alignment, collaborative approach<br />Encouragement and empathy<br />Understanding of the client’s lifestyle<br />
    5. 5. Conrad’s Pathology<br />Loss of his brother/survival guilt<br />Unsatisfying relationships with others<br />Loss of appetite and interest in activities<br />Nightmares, poor sleep<br />Loss of sense of control<br />
    6. 6. Phase One: Establishing a Relationship<br />Not focusing on client’s past problems but on a goal that has been discussed earlier.<br />Building awareness of client’s strengths<br />Establish supportive, collaborative process<br />
    7. 7. Phase Two: Exploring Individual’s Psychological Dynamics<br />Lifestyle Assesment<br />Family Constellation<br />Early Recollections<br />Basic Mistakes<br />
    8. 8. Phase Three: Encouraging Self-Understanding/Insight<br />Interpret the discoveries of the session<br />Hidden goals and purposes make apparent<br />Therapist offers interpretations to help client gain their own insight<br />
    9. 9. Phase Four: Reorientation and Reeducation<br />Puts insights into actions<br />Reorientation: shifting rules of interaction, process and motivation<br />Reeducation: teach, guide, provide information, and encourage struggling clients.<br />Useful vs. Unhelpful<br />

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