New Article on Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy by Henry Stein
A new article, "Classical Adlerian Psychotherapy," by Henry T. Stein, Ph.D. and Martha E. Edwards, Ph.D. has recently been published as Chapter IV in the "Encyclopedia of Psychotherapy" (Elsevier Science). The article, including an overview of Adlerian theory and practice, a glossary of terms, and a case illustration, is available online at http://go.ourworld.nu/hstein/encycl.html. It may also be accessed from Henry Stein's homepage at http://go.ourworld.nu/hstein/.
The two-volume Encyclopedia, comprising 1,600 pages, contains 160
articles from 300 contributors, and covers the major psychotherapies
currently in practice, as well as the classical approaches that laid
the foundation for the various contemporary treatment approaches. In
addition, the Encyclopedia identifies the scientific studies conducted
on the efficacy of the therapies and reviews the theoretical basis of
each therapy. It may be purchased directly from Elsevier Science or
through Amazon books.
The inclusion of this article in the Encyclopedia is a testament to
the growing recognition of Classical Adlerian Psychology as the
leading force in the emerging renaissance of Alfred Adler's ideas. In
1998, "Classical Adlerian Theory and Practice," by Stein and Edwards,
was included a chapter in "Psychoanalytic Versions of the Human
Condition: Philosophies of Life and Their Impact on Practice," edited
by Paul Marcus and Alan Rosenberg, published by New York University
Press. Later this year, another article, "Alfred Adler's Individual
Psychology," by Stein and Edwards, will be published in "The Edinburgh
International Encyclopedia of Psychoanalysis."