Published by the Adlerian Society UK and Institute for Individual Psychology

Adler was a founding figure in counselling and psychotherapy, having collaborated with Sigmund Freud and Carl G. Jung in setting up the Freudian school of Psychoanalysis. Freud and Adler’s parting of ways produced a divergence that remains in much of the English-speaking Adlerian world. Alternatively, Professor Andrea Ferrero’s work, from the Italian and European continental traditions of Adlerian psychology, shows Anglo-American readers the ways in which a psychodynamic approach, incorporating insights from the Freudian world into Adlerian psychology, can enhance the treatment of a range of mental health conditions.

The book relates to the research that is carried out for about 15 years in Turin, Italy, in order to provide a description of the Adlerian Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (APP), an Adlerian psychotherapeutic technique for a vast range of users, and to explain how it might be effective. 

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