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Therapy timeline: Highlighting important figures and how their lives overlapped each other - download and Hyperlinks work

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When I was a student studying to become a Psychotherapist, I wanted to understand how the various important figures in the development of theoretical models might have come across each other, met each other, and been influenced by each others' works. I could not find anything that I thought matched what I was seeking, and so I created this for myself. Hyperlinks on page-1 take you to a detailed page on each name :-)

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Therapy timeline: Highlighting important figures and how their lives overlapped each other - download and Hyperlinks work

  1. 1. Event / Name Born Died Age Sigmund Freud 1856 1939 83 Alfred Adler 1870 1937 67 Carl Jung 1875 1961 86 Martin Buber 1878 1965 87 John B Watson 1878 1958 80 Melanie Klein 1882 1960 78 Roberto Assagioli 1888 1974 86 Margaret Lowenfeld 1890 1973 83 Fritz Perls 1893 1970 77 Anna Freud 1895 1982 87 Donald Winnicott 1896 1971 75 Carl Rogers 1902 1987 85 Erik Erikson 1902 1994 92 Burrhus Skinner 1904 1990 86 Viktor Frankl 1905 1997 92 Laura Perls 1905 1990 85 John Bowlby 1907 1990 83 Abraham Maslow 1908 1970 62 Rollo May 1909 1994 85 Eric Berne 1910 1970 60 Salvador Minuchin 1913 1990 77 Albert Ellis 1913 2007 94 Virginia Satir 1916 1988 72 Aaron Temkin beck 1921 2014 93 William Glasser 1925 2014 89 Irvin Yalom 1931 2014 83 Allan Schore 1943 2014 71 Jon Kabat-Zinn 1944 2014 70 Piero Ferrucci 1946 2014 68 Petruska Clarkson 1948 2006 58 Emmy Van Deurzen 1951 2014 63 Louis John Cozolino 1953 2014 61 Sue Gerhardt 1953 2014 61 BACP 1977 2014 37 DSM-III Published 1980 1993 13 DSM-IV Published 1994 2013 19 DSM-V Published 2013 2014 1 NOTE: Hyperlinks on names  Mark Stancombe, Psychotherapist & Counsellor mstancombe@move-forward.org

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