Basic Assumptions of Individual Psychology
The related concepts below explore the basic assumptions of Individual Psychology, originally developed by Alfred Adler and expanded upon by Rudolf Dreikurs and numerous other Adlerian practitioners and academicians.
Adlerians use these foundation principles, yet the philosophy has influenced many of the theories of psychology being practiced today. Adlerians will use what works and will incorporate many tools and techniques from other orientations. The basic assumptions remain front and center and are points of reference for case conceptualization, treatment planning, and even applications within organizations.A Summary of Individual (Adlerian) Psychology
Powers, R.L., & Griffith, J. (2012). The Key to Psychotherapy: Understanding the Self-Created Individual (2nd ed.). Available: adlerianpsychologyassociates.com Used by permission of Jane Griffith.