Journal of Individual Psychology

Journal of Individual Psychology

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The Journal of Individual Psychology is the journal of the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology. The journal serves to provide a forum for the finest dialogue pertaining to Adlerian practices, principles, and theoretical development. Articles relate to theoretical and research issues as well as concerns of practice and application of Adlerian psychological methods. The editors place great emphasis on maintaining high overall quality of research and scholarly contributions.

 

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Spring 2014, 70:1

Editors’ Notes: Improving the Functioning of Individuals Through Group Activities and an Article on the Inferiority Complex
William L. Curlette and Roy M. Kern
Leo Gold: 1924–2011
Erik Mansager
An Integrative Adlerian Approach to Creating a Teen Parenting Program
Kimberly Allen, Rasha El-Beshti, and Autumn Guin
The Four Crucial Cs in Critical Friends Groups
William L. Curlette and Harley G. Granville
Supervision in Group Play Therapy: A Skills Checklist
Yvonne Garza, Sarah Kinsworthy, and Mary Morrison Bennett
Using the Open Forum Counseling Model in Leadership Development
Jay Colker
Refresh Your Mind, Rejuvenate Your Body, Renew Your Spirit: A Pilot Wellness Program for Counselor Education
Cheryl Pence Wolf, Isabel A. Thompson, Eric S. Thompson, and Sondra Smith-Adcock
The Golden Complex
Mark H. Stone

Winter 2013, 69:4

Editors’ Notes: Individual Psychology: A Rich and Viable Theory for the Present and the Future
William L. Curlette and Roy M. Kern
An Important Lesson from Our Past with Significance for Our Future: Alfred Adler’s Gemeinschaftsgefühl
S. Kathleen La Voy, Matthew J. L. Brand, and Collin R. McFadden
Positive Discipline: Helping Children Develop Belonging and Coping Resources Using Individual Psychology
Kelly Gfroerer, Jane Nelsen, and Roy M. Kern
An Adlerian Approach in Premarital Counseling with Religious Couples
Jill Duba Sauerheber and James Robert Bitter
Integrating Adlerian and Integrated Developmental Model Approaches to Supervision of Counseling Trainees
Jennifer N. Bornsheuer-Boswell, Monica M. Polonyi, and Richard E. Watts
Ethical Considerations Involving Informed Consent in Adlerian Open Forum Counseling
Rocky Garrison and Daniel Eckstein
Methods of Ranking Birth Order: The Neglected Issue in Birth Order Research
Kyla J. Mills and Gillian A. Mooney

Fall 2013, 69:3

Conceptualizing and Treatment of Trauma and Self-Destructive Behavior: The Individual Psychology Perspective
Michael Maniacci and Leigh Johnson-Migalski
Towards an Adlerian Perspective on Trauma
Trevor Hjertaas
A Framework for Applying Reflecting “As If” with Nonsuicidal Self-Injurious Clients
Amanda C. La Guardia, Richard E. Watts, and Yvonne Garza
Adlerian Art Therapy with Sexual Abuse and Assault Survivors
Marni Rosen Saltzman, Monique Matic, and Emily Marsden
Trauma Therapy: An Adlerian Perspective
Anthea Millar
Working with Survivors of Traumatic Life Events: A Response to Millar on the Adlerian Approach
Janna A. Henning

Summer 2013, 69:2

Editors’ Notes: Perspectives Providing Some Insights for Articles in this Issue
William L. Curlette and Roy M. Kern
Framing Radicalization and Deradicalization: A Case Study from Saudi Arabia
Ulrich Kropiunigg
Reliability of the Five Factor Wellness Inventory Among Male Adolescents
Jerome N. Rachele, Thomas F. Cuddihy, Tracy L. Washington, and Steven M. McPhail
“So, Where Does It Hurt?”: An Adlerian Dialogue on Pain
Rob Guttenberg and Marion Gordon-Rosen
Effects of Birth Order on an Individual’s Image of God Within a White, Mormon Sample
Hui-Tzu Grace Chou and Britani Liska

Spring 2013, 69:1

Editors’ Notes: Individual Psychology in the 21st Century
William L. Curlette and Roy M. Kern
Remembering Edna Nash (1922–2012)
Eva Dreikurs Ferguson
A True Sense of Community Has No Boundaries: A Simulated Interview with Alfred Adler
James C. Overholser
Individual Psychology on the Virtual Frontier: Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Gaming
Greg Brack, Pamela S. Lassiter, Robert Kitzinger, Michele Hill, H. George McMahon, and Kevin A. Fall
An Adlerian Conceptualization of Korean Women with Hwa-byung
Eunha Kim and Ingrid Hogge
Alfred Adler on the Dynamics of Fear
Mark H. Stone
Adaptability in the Work Life Task: Lifestyle, Stress Coping, and Protean/Boundaryless Career Attitudes
Kevin B. Stoltz, Lori A. Wolff, Ann E. Monroe, Laith G. Mazahreh, and Harold R. Farris
Individual Psychology and Factors Associated with the Development of Elementary and Secondary School Students
Matthew E. Lemberger and Stella Krauss

Winter 2012, 68:4

Editors’ Notes: Continuing Our Global Look at Individual Psychology
Len Sperry and Jon Carlson
Cultural Competence: A Primer
Len Sperry
Individual Psychology in Israel
Tami Peleg, Eilat Deutsch, Ruti Marcus, Manal Kadry, Tami Iflah, Osnat Harel, Anabella Shaked, Mia Levitt Frank, Miriam Smadar, Smadar Schneidman, and Richard E. Watts
Individual Psychology in Japan
Makoto Kajino
Individual Psychology in the Netherlands
Theo Joosten
Individual Psychology in Spain
Ursula Oberst and Juan José Ruiz
Individual Psychology in Taiwan
Julia Yang and Mark Blagen
Individual Psychology in Thailand
Jon Carlson, Matt Englar-Carlson, and Tipawadee Emavardhana
Individual Psychology in Turkey
Zeynep Hatipoğlu Sümer and Paul R. Rasmussen

Fall 2012, 68:3

Editors’ Notes: Individual Psychology in International Perspective
Jon Carlson
The Global Significance of Individual Psychology: An Introduction and Overview
Len Sperry and Jon Carlson
The Rudolf Dreikurs Summer Institute and ICASSI
Eva Dreikurs Ferguson
Individual Psychology and Islam: An Exploration of Social Interest
Hamid Alizadeh
Individual Psychology in Bulgaria
Francis X. Walton and Zhaneta Stoykova
From China to South Korea: Two Perspectives on Individual Psychology in Asia
Shufang Sun and James Robert Bitter
Individual Psychology in Greece
William G. Nicoll, Peggy Pelonis, and Len Sperry
Psychological Impact of the Soviet Occupation and Spread of Individual Psychology in Lithuania
Roy M. Kern
Individual Psychology in Malta
Joyce Callus
Individual Psychology in the Slovak Republic
Daniela Čechová and Paul R. Peluso
Individual Psychology in South Africa
Greg Black, Michele Hill, and Catherine Brack

Summer 2012, 68:2

Editors’ Notes: Insights into Individual Psychology from Various Perspectives
Roy M. Kern and William Curlette
Advice from the Masters II: A Conversation with Robert L. Powers and Jane Griffith
Paul R. Rasmussen and Korey L. Watkins
Degree of Activity: Relationship to Early Recollections and Safeguarding Tendencies
Arthur J. Clark and Carrie M. Butler
Striving to Evince Educational Excellence: Measures for Adlerian Counselors to Demonstrate an Impact on School-Age Youth
Greg Brigman, Matthew E. Lemberger, and Molly M. Moore
Wellness in Counselor Preparation: Promoting Individual Well-Being
Cheryl Pence Wolf, Isabel A. Thompson, and Sondra Smith-Adcock
Cooperation, Conflict, and Marital Satisfaction: Bridging Theory, Research, and Practice
Debra G. Leggett, Bridget Roberts-Pittman, Sara Byczek, and David T. Morse

Spring 2012, 68:1

Editors’ Notes: Birth Order Within Individual Psychology
Alan E. Stewart and Daniel Eckstein
The 14th Heinz and Rowena Ansbacher Memorial Lecture: The Task of Intimacy
Betty Lou Bettner
The Relationship of Birth Order and Gender with Academic Standing and Substance Use Among Youth in Latin America
Pilar S. Horner, Fernando Andrade, Jorge Delva, Andrew Grogan-Kaylor, and Marcela Castillo
Only Children: An Updated Review
Toni Falbo
Meet the Farfels: An Activity for Discovering and Discussing Birth Position
Al Milliren and Mike Dubrovich
The Role of Birth Order in Personality: An Enduring Intellectual Legacy of Alfred Adler
Daniel Eckstein and Jason A. Kaufman
Issues in Birth Order Research Methodology: Perspectives from Individual Psychology
Alan E. Stewart

Fall 2011, 67:3

Editors’ Notes: Adlerian Family Therapy: An Introduction
James Robert Bitter and Frank O. Main
Adlerian Family Therapy: An Elusive and Controversial Challenge
Gerald J. Mozdzierz
Resilience-Focused Brief Family Therapy: An Adlerian Approach
William G. Nicoll
Family Therapy with Personality-Disordered Individuals and Families: Understanding and Treating the Borderline Family
Len Sperry
An Integrative Adlerian Approach to Family Counseling
Jon D. Carlson and Patricia A. Robey
Individual Psychology as a Framework for Understanding and Encouraging Adoptive Families with Late-Placed Children
Rebecca LaFountain
Encouragement and Actionable Hope: The Source of Adler’s Clinical Agency
Frank O. Main and Shelly R. Boughner
Art Therapy with Families
Judy Sutherland
Human Conversations: Self-Disclosure and Storytelling in Adlerian Family Therapy
James Robert Bitter and Rebekah Byrd
Mrs. R.: A Single Mother
Jane Griffith
An Interrupted Conversation: An Interview with Dr. Oscar C. Christensen
James Robert Bitter, Oscar C. Christensen, Frank O. Main, and William G. Nicoll

Summer 2011, 67:2

Editors’ Notes: Individual Psychologyand the Work Life Task: An Expression of Lifestyle
Kevin B. Stoltz
Striving to Adapt: Addressing Adler’s Work Task in the 21st Century
Jennifer J. Del Corso, Mark C. Rehfuss, and Kevin Galvin
Adlerian-based Career Counseling in an Age of Protean Careers
Brian J. Taber and William C. Briddick
When Lifestyles Collide: An Adlerian-based Approach to Workplace Conflict
Susan R. Barclay and Lori A. Wolff
Workaholism: Addiction to Work
Rachel Shifron and Rebekah R. Reysen
Exploring Lifestyle as a Predictor of Career Adaptability Using a Predominantly African American Rural Sample
Kevin B. Stoltz, Lori A. Wolff, and Susan S. McClelland
The Challenge of Work: The Influences of Work Orientation and Stage of Expertise on Social Interest
Len Sperry

Spring 2011, 67:1

Editors' Notes: Individual Psychology: Varied Theoretical, Practical, and Research Perspectives
Roy M. Kern and William L. Curlette
Introduction to “The Life Tasks”: The Last Public Lecture of Rowena R. Ansbacher
Rita Schabel and R. John Huber
The Life Tasks: Opening Convocation, Meredith College, August 27, 1979
Rowena R. Ansbacher
The Meaning of Life and Adler’s Use of Fictions
Mark H. Stone
A Paradoxical Strategy for Suicidal Clients: A More Useful Form of Revenge
Leigh Johnson-Migalski
Birth Order, Family Size, and Positive Psychological Constructs: What Roles Do They Play for Iranian Adolescents and Young Adults?
Siamak Khodarahimi and Susan L. Ogletree
Parenting Style and Personality: Perceptions of Mothers, Fathers, and Adolescents
Kelly P. Gfroerer, Roy M. Kern, William L. Curlette, JoAnna White, and Jolita Jonyniene
Biopsychosocial Issues Column: Psychosomatic Medicine Today: Adlerian Contributions
Len Sperry

Winter 2010, 66:4

Extending Clinical and Empirical Applications of the Theory
William L. Curlette and Roy M. Kern
Interview with Dr. Harold Mosak: August 17, 2004
Mark S. Carich
Two Faces of Depression
Trevor Hjertaas
Using Current-Day Reconstructions in the Treatment of Eating Disorders
Marilyn Strauch and Ilan Strauch
An Adlerian-Feminist Model for Self-Injury Treatment: A Holistic Approach
Amanda C. Healey and Laurie Craigen
A Brief Measure of Coping Resources
Kenneth B. Matheny and William L. Curlette
A Review of 200 Birth Order Studies: Lifestyle Characteristics
Daniel Eckstein, Kristen J. Aycock, Mark A. Sperber, John McDonald, Victor Van Wiesner, III, Richard E. Watts, and Phil Ginsburg
Murderers and Nonviolent Offenders: A Test of Alfred Adler’s Theory of Crime
Richard A. Highland, Roy M. Kern, and William L. Curlette
Reports and New Developments Column: Psychometric Characteristics of the Sulliman Scale of Social Interest
Mark H. Stone and John F. Newbauer
Business and Organizations Column: Organizational Lifestyle Analysis Tool
William Premo and Heather R. Andrews

Fall 2010, 66:3

Editors' Notes: Individual Psychology and Interdisciplinary Work
Rebecca LaFountain
Referral Practices Between Chiropractors and Mental Health Professionals in the Presence of Physical and Psychological Pain
Rebecca LaFountain and Scott A. Stoner
Insomnia Treatment: Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Conceptual Integration
Rocky Garrison and Louis Libby
Individual Psychology and Individual Differences in Psychophysiology
Elizabeth M. Nash and John K. Nash
Relating Ethnic Differences and Quality of Life Assessment to Individual Psychology Through the Biopsychosocial Model
Scott M. Debb and David L. Blitz
Emotional and Legal Considerations in Divorce and Relocation: A Call for Alternative Dispute Resolution
Steven J. Stein and Carren S. Oler
Applying Individual Psychology to a University's Sustainability Initiative
Nadine E. Garner and Roger V. Bruszewski
Family Intervention Column: Breaking the Silence: Talking About Illness
Dagmar B. Friedman

Summer 2010, 66:2

Editors' Notes: Ethics, Research, and Applications
William L. Curlette and Roy M. Kern
Ethical Considerations and Options in Publishing Clinical Case Material
Len Sperry, Timothy S. Hartshorne, and Richard E. Watts
Ethical Issues in Open-Forum Family Counseling or Education: Johnny Still Wets His Pants
Timothy S. Hartshorne, Len Sperry, and Richard E. Watts
A Confirmatory Factor Analysis of a Measure of the Adlerian Lifestyle, the BASIS-A Inventory
Paul R. Peluso, Kevin B. Stoltz, Susan Belangee, Michele R. Frey, and Jennifer P. Peluso
Differences of Lifestyle and Coping Resources Between Gay Men With and Without Alcohol Problems
Joffrey S. Suprina, Catherine J. Brack, Catherine Y. Chang, and John Kim
Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Framework with an Adlerian Perspective to Increase Collaborative Problem Solving in an Organization
Jean M. Kummerow and Mary J. Maguire
Social Interest and Self-Reported Distress in a Delinquent Sample: Application of the SSSI and the MAYSI-2
John F. Newbauer and Mark H. Stone

Spring 2010, 66:1

Editors' Notes: Adler's Innovative Contributions Regarding the Need to Belong
Eva Dreikurs Ferguson
Dedication of the Special Issue to Manford Sonstegard (1911-2009)
Roy M. Kern, James R. Bitter, Anthea Millar
Adler's Need to Belong as the Key for Mental Health
Rachel Shifron
The Importance of Meeting the Need to Belong in Lifestyle
William L. Curlette, Roy M. Kern
How Can I Connect with Thee: Measuring and Comparing Satisfaction in Multiple Relationship Domains
Louise C. Hawkley, John T. Cacioppo
Strides for Belonging Trump Strides for Superiority: Effects of Being Ostracized for Being Superior or Inferior to the Others
Adrienne R. Carter-Sowell, Eric D. Wesselmann, James H. Wirth, Alvin Ty Law, Zhansheng Chen, Michele Wydia Kosasih, Romy van der Lee, Kipling D. Williams
An Update of the Empirical Case for the Need to Belong
Judith Gere, Geoff MacDonald
Business and Organizations Column:"Buying In" and "Checking Out": Motivation in the Workplace

Winter 2009, 65:4

Editors' Notes: Social Justice: Addressing Social Exclusion by Means of Social Interest and Social Responsibility
Lynn C. Todman, Erik Mansager
Social Exclusion: Reflections on Alfred Adler: A Social Exclusion Perspective
Hilary Silver
Social Exclusion Indicators for the United States
Lynn C. Todman, Sherrod Taylor. Kerry Cochrane, Jenifer Arbaugh-Korotko, Jared Berger, Emily Burt, Michael Caponi, Elisabeth Houston, Amy Khattar Hahn, Diana Mandeleew
Social Interest: Context and Impact of Raissa Epstein's Ideas on Alfred Adler's Social Imaginary (1897-1935)
W. F. Santiago-Valles
Alfred Adler's Influence on American Law
Sherrod Taylor
Trans People and Social Justice
Christopher A. Shelley
Social Responsibility: Educating for Social Responsibility
Ursula Oberst
Social Interest and Social Responsibility in Contemporary Corporate Environments
Cynthia Uccello
Book Review: Concerns about The Future of Marriage
Sharyl M. Trail

Fall 2009, 65:3

Individual Psychology: Use in Theory Development, Education, and Psychotherapy
Roy M. Kern, William L. Curlette
Social Interest and Positive Psychology: Positively Aligned
Patrick J. Barlow, David J. Tobin and and Melissa M. Schmidt
The Restrictive Personality: Anorexia Nervosa and Adlerian Life Tasks
Marilyn Strauch and Michal Erez
Lifestyle and Transformational Leadership Style
Michele Frey, Roy M. Kern, Jason Snow and William L. Curlette
Distinguishing the Holistic Context of the Inferiority-Superiority Striving: Contributions of Attachment and Traumatic Shame Studies
Alexander H. Smith
The Impact of Adlerian-Based Parenting Classes on Self-Reported Parental Behavior
Jody McVittie and Al M. Best
Selecting Psychotherapeutic Interventions: Enhancing Outcomes in Adlerian Psychotherapy
Len Sperry

Biopsychosocial Column

Life Style Convictions and Illness Perceptions as Predictors of Treatment Compliance and Noncompliance
Len Sperry

Book Review

A Review of Body, Mind, and Spirit: "Vitamins" for Your Whole Health
Margaret Wadsley

Summer 2009, 65:2

Editors' Notes: Obtaining More Clarity about Lifestyle
Roy M. Kern and William L. Curlette
Etiology and Therapy of Neoroses
Alfred Adler, Edited and Translated by Traute Paulin and Nestor D. Kapusta
The Therapapeutic Alliance and Early Recollections
Roy M. Kern, Kevin B. Stoltz, Heather B. Gottlieb-Low, and Lynn S. Frost
Early Recollections and Object Meanings
Arthur J. Clark
The Mistaken Notions of Adults with Children
James Robert Bitter
Birth Order Effects in the Formation of Long-Term Relationships
Joshua K. Hartshorne, Nancy Salem-Hartshorne, and Timothy S. Hartshorne
Business and Organizations: Social Interest and Corporate Social Responsibility: A Romanian Example
Elena Serban and Eva Dreikurs Ferguson

Spring 2009, 65:1

Editors' Notes: Individual Psychology: New Insights, Questions, and Applications
Roy M. Kern and William L. Curlette
The 2008 Heinz L. and Rowena R. Ansbacher Memorial Address: Private Logic and the Logic of Social Living
Guy J. Manaster
Reclaiming a Profeminist Orientation in Adlerian Therapy
James Robert Bitter, Patricia E. Robertson, Amanda C. Healey, and Laura K. Jones Cole
Theorist Orientation from Diagnosing a Case of Suicide
Mark H. Stone
Rediscovering the Construct of Basic Anxiety
Trevor Hjertaas
Adlerian Play Therapy with a Traumatized Boy
Mary O. Morrison
Lifestyle and the Stages of Change in Weight Loss
Kevin B. Stoltz, Rebekah H. Reysen, Lori A. Wolff, and Roy M. Kern
Family Interventions Column: The Suitcase Metaphor: Helping Couples Move from Fault Finding to Strength Building
Amy Lew
Psychological Strategies Column: Advice from the Masters I: Mica Katz
Rachel Shifron and Paul R. Rasmussen

Winter 2008, 64:4

Editor's Notes: Individual Psychology and the Schools
Matthew E. Lemberger and Al Milliren
School Counselors and the Influence of Adler: Individual Psychology since the Advent of the ASCA National Model
Matthew E. Lemberger and Erika R. Nash
Ready to Learn: An Evidence-Based Individual Psychology Linked Curriculum for Prekindergarden through First Grade
Elizabeth Villares, Greg Brigman, and Paul R. Peluso
Using Adlerian Art Therapy to Prevent Social Aggression among Middle School Students
Janet G. Froeschle and Mark Riney
Exploring School Counselor Burnout and School Counselor Involvement of Parents and Administrators through an Adlerian Theoretical Framework
Carrie A. Wachter, Elysia V. Clemens, and Todd F. Lewis
Adlerian-Based Interventions for Professional School Counselors: Serving as Both Counselors and Educational Leaders
Jolie Ziomek-Daigle, H. George McMahon, and Pamela O. Paisley
Individual Psychology in School Counselor Leadership: Implications for Practice
Colette T. Dollarhide and Donna M. Gibson
Adlerian Teacher Consultation: Change Teachers, Change Students!
Jon Carlson, Don Dinkmeyer Jr., and E. Jean Johnson
Psychoeducational E5 Groups for Use in Schools
Wes Wingett and Al Milliren
Education: An Individual Psychology Approach to School Counselor Consultation
Greg Brigman and Linda Webb

Fall 2008, 64:3

Editor's Notes: Something for Everyone
Roy M. Kern and William L. Curlette
Reconsidering Narcissism: An Adlerian-Feminist Response to the Articles in the Special Section of The Journal of Individual Psychology, Volume 63, Issue 2
James Robert Bitter
BASIS-A Inventory Empirical Studies: Research Findings from 2000 to 2006
Roy M. Kern, Lane Gormley, and William L. Curlette
Adlerian Similarities to a Sangoma Treating AIDS in South Africa
Michele B. Hill, Greg Brack, Lulama Qalinge, and Jennifer Dean
A Cross-Generational Study of Adlerian Personality Traits and Life Satisfaction in Mainland China
Yuehong Chen Foley, Kenneth B. Matheny, and William L. Curlette
Student Success Skills: A Review of a School Counselor Intervention Influenced by Individual Psychology
Linda Webb, Matthew Lemberger, and Greg Brigman
Early Recollections and Sensory Modalities
Arthur J. Clark
The Biopsychosocial Model and Chronic Illness: Psychotherapeutic Implications
Len Sperry

Summer 2008, 64:2

Editor's Notes: Affirming Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Individuals
Erik Mansager
Homosexuality in World Religions: A Case Study in the Psychology of Spirituality
Daniel A. Helminiak
Homosexuality in the Psychology of Spirituality: Comment on "Homosexuality in World Religions" from a Catholic-Adlerian Perspective
Debra Punton
The Psychologization of Spirituality: A Compelling Case for It Has Yet to Be Made
Len Sperry
Rejoinder to Debra Punton and Len Sperry on Helminiak's (2008) "Homosexuality in World Religions: A Case Study in the Psychology of Spirituality"
Daniel A. Helminiak
Overcoming Societal Discouragement: Gay Recovering Alcoholics' Perceptions of the Adlerian Life Tasks
Joffrey S. Suprina and Jeremy A. Lingle
Adler's Interpretation of Same-Gender Orientation from a Neurobehavioral Perspective
Lawrence Maucieri and Mark Stone
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in the Student Forum
Sharyl M. Trail, Matthew J. McCreary, Jennifer Gray, Jeff Burt, Jaime Saibil and Wanda Leung
The Invisibility of Lesbian and Gay Parents and Their Children within Adlerian Parenting Materials
Ramona Faith Oswald
Where Is Everybody? Adlerian Parenting Resources and the Exclusion of Parents Who Are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, or Questioning
Robin Kate Fox
Positive Discipline Author's Response to Oswald's and Fox's Critiques
Cheryl L. Erwin

Spring 2008, 64:1

Editors' Notes: Individual Psychology: From Philosophy to Research and Application
Roy M. Kern and William L. Curlette
The 2007 Heinz L. and Rowena R. Ansbacher Memorial Address: Adler's Legacy: Past, Present, and Future
Henry T. Stein
Immanuel Kant's Influence on the Psychology of Alfred Adler
Mark H. Stone
Hadarim: A Description and Evaluation of a School-Based Adlerian Parenting Program in Israel
Joseph Prinz, Sharon Arkin, and Marc Gelkopf
Lifestyle among Abuse-Reporting Outpatients
Dana P. Waters, Jerry F. Westermeyer, Carolyn Gralewski, Mary F. Schneider, and Monica Warkentin
The Brain-Mind-Relationship Connection: An Interview with Daniel J. Siegel
Jon Carlson
A Place Called Home
Al Milliren, Julia Yang, Wes Wingett, and Jennifer Boender
Using Sandtray in Adlerian-Based Clinical Supervision: An Initial Empirical Analysis
Kenneth G. McCurdy and Jesse J. Owen
Using Children's Drawings to Facilitate the Acting "As If" Technique
Richard E. Watts and Yvonne Garz

Winter 2007, 63:4

Editors' Notes: Expanding the Application of Individual Psychology
William L. Curlette and Roy M. Kern
The Relationship between Psychology and Spirituality: An Initial Taxonomy for Spiritually Oriented Counseling and Psychotherapy
Len Sperry and Erik Mansager
Adlerian Family and Couples Therapy
Zivit Abramson
An Adlerian View of Aging
George W. Linden
Toward an Adlerian Approach to Organizational Intervention
James S. Lemonides
Perfectionism and Lifestyle: Personality Differences among Adaptive Perfectionists, Maladaptive Perfectionists, and Nonperfectionists
Kevin Stoltz and Jeffrey S. Ashby
Organizational Development 101: Lessons from Star Wars
Chip Carlson, Fern Clemmer, Tony Jennings, Cheryl-Dean Thompson, and Linda J. Page
Index to Volume 63

Fall 2007, 63:3

Editor's Notes: Couples Therapy, Relationship Education, and Individual Psychology
Paul R. Peluso
Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy and Individual Psychology: A Dialogue Across Theories
Paul R. Peluso and Heather MacIntosh
It Just Takes One: Resolving Power Struggles in Love and Marriage
Richard R. Kopp
Making Love or Making Love Work: Integrating the Crucial Cs in the Games Couples Play
Kenneth G. McCurdy
Couples and Eating Disorders: An Individual Psychology Approach
Susan E. Belangee
Early Recollections: A Compelling Intervention in Couples Therapy
Clair Hawes
A Systematic Approach to Marriage Education
Don Dinkmeyer Jr.
Four Adlerian Metaphors Applied to Couples Counseling
Daniel Eckstein and David Sarnoff
Recreating Sibling Relationships in Marriage
Betty Lou Bettner
The Use of Weather as a Safeguarding Strategy
Alan E. Stewart

Summer 2007, 63:2

Editors' Notes: Narcissism, Imagery, Early Recollections, and Social Interest
Mary Frances Schneider, Roy M. Kern, and William L. Curlette
Invited Response: To Be or Not To Be Adlerian: The Personal and Organizational Dynamics of Establishing One's Theoretical Orientation
Len Sperry
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: His Majesty the Baby: Narcissism through the Lens of Individual Psychology
Michael P. Maniacci
Who Feeds the Narcissism?
Roseanne M. Boldt
Therapy with the Partner of an Individual with Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Mary Frances Schneider and Wendy Sadler
Narcissism and the Empty Self: To Have or To Be
Frank Gruba-McCallister
An Adlerian Perspective on Guided Visual Imagery for Stress and Coping
Jason A. Kaufman
Promoting Insight and Change through the Systematic Use of Early Recollections with Role Play, Art, and Cognitive Reconstruction
Marilyn Strauch
Early Recollections and the Experience of Place
Arthur J. Clark
The Measurement and Clinical Use of Social Interest: Validation of the Sulliman Scale of Social Interest on a Sample of Hospitalized Substance Abuse Patients
Gerald J. Mozdzierz, Richard L. Greenblatt, and Thomas J. Murphy
Psychological Strategies: Understanding and Helping Children Who Manifest Symptoms That Meet the Criteria for the Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Diagnosis
Francis X. Walton

Spring 2007, 63:1

Editors' Notes: Describing Relationships to Individual Psychology
William L. Curlette and Roy M. Kern
The 2006 Heinz L. and Rowena R. Ansbacher Memorial Address: Am I an Adlerian?
James Robert Bitter
Integrating Lifestyle, the Therapeutic Process, and the Stages of Change
Kevin B. Stoltz and Roy M. Kern
Men's Resistance to Seeking Help: Using Individual Psychology to Understand Counseling-Reluctant Men
Ryan A. McKelley
Positive Psychology and the Constructive Goals of Human Behavior
David Lemire
Individual Psychology and Environmental Psychology
Alan E. Stewart
Early Recollections of Children and Adolescents Diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder
David Tobin, Katherine Wardi-Zonna, and Ann Marie Yezzi-Shareef
The Task of Work in Individual Psychology
Mark H. Stone
Work Relations and Work Effectiveness: Goal Identification and Social Interest Can Be Learned
Eva Dreikurs Ferguson

Winter 2006, 62:4

Editor's Notes: Anxiety and Depression
Paul R. Rasmussen
Of Cookie Jars and Candy Bars: Dysthymia in the Light of Individual Psychology
Harold H. Mosak and Michael P. Maniacci
The Purposefulness of Anxiety and Depression: Adlerian and Evolutionary Views
Paul R. Rasmussen and Gregory J. Dover
Anxiety and Depression: Physiological and Pharmacological Considerations
Judith E. Grisel, Paul R. Rasmussen, and Len Sperry
The Individual Psychology Conception of Depression as a Stress-Diathesis Model
Steve Slavik and James Croake
Individual Psychology Perspectives on the Phenomenology of Depression
Steve Slavik and James Croake
Treatment and Relapse Prevention of Depression Using Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy and Adlerian Concepts
Byron Waller, Jon Carlson, and Matt Englar-Carlson
Pareto's Principle Applied to Life and Therapy
Paul R. Rasmussen
Index to Volume 62

Fall 2006, 62:3

Editors' Notes: Authors' Expressions of Their Creative Selves
Roy M. Kern and William L. Curlette
Adlerian Social Interest and Positive Psychology: A Conceptual and Empirical Integration
Gary K. Leak and Karin C. Leak
Factors That Predict Students' Perceptions of the Helpfulness of the Incentive-Based After-School Training Program
Diane Jackson-Chapman, Mary Nell McNeese, and Wanda Maulding
Blending Native American Spirituality with Individual Psychology in Work with Children
Darline Hunter and Cheryl Sawyer
Integrating Developmental Counseling and Therapy Assessment with Adlerian Early Recollections
Thomas J. Sweeney, Jane E. Myers, and Julie B. Stephan
The Preference to Excel and Its Relationship to Selected Personality Variables
Alan E. Stewart and Elizabeth A. Stewart
Adlerian Profiles of College Student Drinkers
Todd F. Lewis and Carrie A. Wachter
Adlerian Perspectives on Purging Behavior
Jennifer L. Marshall and Trey J. Fitch
Multidimensional Perfectionism and Personality Profiles
Jeffrey S. Ashby, Terry Kottman, and Kevin B. Stoltz
Biopsychosocial Issues: Psychopharmacology as an Adjunct to Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Personality Disorders
Len Sperry
Reports and New Developments: A Framework for Research Studies—Mixed Methods through Combining Bayesian Statistics and Qualitative Research in Individual Psychology
William L. Curlette

Summer 2006, 62:2

Editor's Notes: Consultation and Supervision
John F. Newbauer
Supervision: In the Style of Alfred Adler
Al Milliren, Fern Clemmer, and Wes Wingett
Encouraging the Supervisee's Style of Counseling: An Adlerian Model for Counseling Supervision
Matthew E. Lemberger and Colette T. Dollarhide
Adlerian Group Supervision: Concept, Structure, and Process
H. George McMahon and Kevin A. Fall
Adlerian Supervision: A New Perspective with a Solution Focus
Kenneth G. McCurdy
Adlerian-Focused Supervision for Countertransference Work with Counselors-in-Training
David J. Tobin and Kenneth G. McCurdy
Misalliance Movements in Psychotherapy
Miller Garrison
School Consultation Using Individual Psychology
Don Dinkmeyer Jr.
The Trend of Coaching: Adler, the Literature, and Marketplace Would Agree
Michael Davison and Frank Gasiorowski

Spring 2006, 62:1

Editors' Notes: Creative Applications and Conceptualization of Individual Psychology
Roy M. Kern and William L. Curlette
Individual Psychology and Eating Disorders: A Theoretical Application
Susan E. Belangee
From an Adlerian Perspective: Birth Order, Dependency, and Binge Drinking on a Historically Black University Campus
Teresa G. Laird and Andrea J. Shelton
An Adlerian Model for Sandtray Therapy
Cara R. Bainum, Mary F. Schneider, Mark H. Stone
A Complement to Lifestyle Assessment: Using Montessori Sensorial Experiences to Enhance and Intensify Early Recollections
Sara Anne Cosgrove and Roger A. Ballou
An Empirical Assessment of the Relationship Between Social Interest and Spirituality
Gary K. Leak
Biopsychosocial Issues: Psychotherapy and Medication: Mind-Brain Strategies for Optimizing Treatment with Difficult Clients
Len Sperry
Organizations/Business: Work Relations That Enhance the Well-Being of Organizations and Individuals
Eva Dreikurs Ferguson

Winter 2005, 61:4

Editors' Notes: Stress and Coping and Individual Psychology
Kenneth B. Matheny and Jeffrey S. Ashby
Adlerian Counseling as a Way to Develop Preventative Coping Resources
Christopher J. McCarthy and Maria K. Tortorice
Stress Coping for Elementary School Children: A Case for Including Lifestyle
Jenelle N. Gilbert and Cynthia Morawski
Positive Health Outcomes of Social Interest
Arthur G. Nikelly
Lifestyles, Coping Resources, and Negative Life Events as Predictors of Emotional Distress in University Women
Anna N. Herrington, Kenneth B. Matheny, William L. Curlette, Christopher J. McCarthy, and Jeffrey Penick
Gender Differences in Stress, Coping, and Illness Among College Students
Kenneth B. Matheny, Jeffrey S. Ashby, and Penny Cupp
Expanding the Acting As If Technique: An Adlerian/Constructive Integration
Richard E. Watts, Paul R. Peluso, and Todd F. Lewis

Fall 2005, 61:3

Editors' Notes: Opening the Dialogue: To What Extent Is Social Betterment Part of Social Interest?
William L. Curlette and Roy M. Kern
Understanding Dreams and Dreamers: An Adlerian Perspective
Barbara E. I. Bird
Early Recollections as Predictors of Study Area Choice
Jon Kasler and Ofra Nevo
The Application of Adlerian Family Therapy with African American Families
Robin E. Perkins-Dock
Child Abuse, Society, and Individual Psychology: What's Power Got To Do With It?
Joffrey S. Suprina and Catherine Y. Chang
The Indivisible Self: An Evidence-Based Model of Wellness (reprint)
Jane E. Myers and Thomas J. Sweeney
Reports and New Developments: Leadership by Encouragement: The Development of a Frequency of Encouragement Scale
John R. Carroll and David H. P. Harvey


Book Review

A Dialogue of Therapies
Rebecca LaFountain

Summer 2005, 61:2

Editors' Notes: From Past and Present Contributions to Future Directions
Roy M. Kern and William L. Curlette
In Praise of Raymond Corsini: Scholar, Teacher, Healer, Friend
Anthony J. Marsella
How Rare a Gift
Karen Drescher
An Early Recollection of Albert Einstein: Perspectives on its Meaning and His Life
Arthur J. Clark
An Adlerian Model for Alliance Building
Danny S. Sprouse, Susan L. Ogletree, Maria M. Comsudes, Harley G. Granville, and Roy M. Kern
Somatization Disorder: A Proposed Adlerian Conceptualization and Treatment
Kevin A. Fall
The Personality Construct of Entitlement: An Intervention for Decreasing Attrition in Parent Education Groups
Michele R. Frey and Jason N. Snow
Applying Individual Psychology to Work with Clients of the Islamic Faith
Thor M. Johansen

Spring 2005, 61:1

Editors' Notes: Contributions to Individual Psychology from Various Perspectives
William L. Curlette and Roy M. Kern
The 2004 Heinz L. and Rowena R. Ansbacher Memorial Address: Adlerian Thought in Relation to Current Scientific Theory
Leo Gold
Special Feature: An Adlerian View from Canada: An Interview with Edna Nash
Michael S. Nystul
The Connection Between School Culture and Leadership Social Interest in Learning Organizations
Kimberly A. Knutson, Alexis O. Miranda, and Christina Washell
Lifestyle Strengths of Holocaust Survivors
Les W. White, John O. Newbauer, Judy H. Sutherland, and Christina C. Cox
The Relationship Between Social Interest and Self-Concept in Conduct Disordered Adolescents
Emily M. Sweitzer
A Preliminary Examination of the Role of Inferiority Feelings in the Academic Achievement of College Students
Donald A. Strano and John V. Petrocelli

Winter 2004, 60:4

Editor's Notes: Integrative Approaches
R. John Huber
Adler—Psychotherapy and Freud
Heinz L. Ansbacher
Early Memory and Narrative Therapy
Richard L. Hester
Lovaas's Behavioral Treatment of Autism Viewed from an Adlerian Perspective
R. John Huber and Donna M. Zivalich
How the Columbine High School Tragedy Could Have Been Prevented
Elliot Aronson
Fostering Social Interest in Schools for Long-Term and Short-Term Outcomes
Danielle T. Guzick, William J. Dorman, Tricia S. Groff, Ellen R. Altermatt, and G. Alfred Forsyth
Research Support for Individual Psychology's Parenting Model
Kelly P. Gfroerer, Roy M. Kern, and William L. Curlette
Ken Wilber and Alfred Adler: Ascendance and Transcendence
Dorothy E. Peven
Adler and Binswanger: Individual Psychology and Existentialism
Trevor Hjertaas
Expanding Social Interest Through Forgiveness
Robert J. McBrien
Individual Psychology and Judaism: A Comparative Essay
Guy J. Manaster
Index to Volume 60

Fall 2004, 60:3

Editors' Notes: Individual Psychology: Sign of the Times
Roy M. Kern and William L. Curlette
Similarities Between Jewish Philosophical Thought and Adler's Individual Psychology
Gert Rietveld
Purposeful Aging: Teleological Perspectives on the Development of Social Interest in Late Adulthood
Jeffrey M. Penick
The Indivisible Self: An Evidence-Based Model of Wellness
Jane E. Myers and Thomas J. Sweeney
The Predictability of Adlerian Lifestyle Themes Compared to Demographic Variables Associated with College Student Drinking
Todd F. Lewis and Richard E. Watts
"Lost? or Stuck?" An Adlerian Technique for Understanding the Individual's Psychological Movement
Wes Wingett and Al Milliren
Parents' Prism: Three Dimensions of Effective Parenting
Erik Mansager and Roger Volk
An Analysis of the Reliability of the BASIS-A Inventory Using a Northeastern and Southeastern U.S. Sample
Paul R. Peluso, Jennifer P. Peluso, Janine P. Buckner, William L. Curlette, and Roy M. Kern
Adler and Glasser: A Demonstration and Dialogue
Paul R. Peluso

Summer 2004, 60:2

Editor's Notes: Early Recollections
Arthur J. Clark
Early Recollections: A Conversation
Guy J. Manaster and Mark Mays
Emotion, Experience, and Early Recollections: Exploring Restorative Reorientation Processes in Adlerian Therapy
J. Graham Disque and James Robert Bitter
Early Recollections: A Guide for Practitioners
Roy M. Kern, Susan E. Belangee, and Daniel Eckstein
On the Meaning of Color in Early Recollections
Arthur J. Clark
Using Early Recollections in Case Consultation
John F. Newbauer and Rachel Shifron
Using Early Memory Metaphors and Client-Generated Metaphors in Adlerian Therapy
Richard Kopp and Daniel Eckstein
A Comparison of the Early Recollections of Adopted and Nonadopted Adults
Stephen G. Saiz and Frank O. Main
Martin Luther King Jr's Lifestyle and Social Interest in His Autobiographical Early Memories
Mahiri Mwita

Spring 2004, 60:1

Editors' Notes: Insights: Elaborating on Individual Psychology
William L. Curlette and Roy M. Kern
2003 H. L. and R. R. Ansbacher Memorial Address:
Democratic Relationships: Key to Adlerian Concepts
Eva Dreikurs Ferguson
Meeting Needs and Making Meaning: The Pursuit of Goals
Brian A. Griffith and Catherine C. Graham
Relational Strategies: Two Approaches to Adlerian Brief Therapy
James Robert Bitter and William G. Nicoll
Cultural Considerations of Adlerian Parenting Education
Catherine Y. Chang and Kelli B. Ritter
Types of Pampering and the Narcissistic Personality Trait
Earl W. Capron
Clarification of the Link Between Socially Desirable Responding and the Social Interest Index
Gary K. Leak

Winter 2003, 59:4

Editors' Notes: Views on Lifestyle—Theory, Application, and Research
Roy M. Kern and William L. Curlette
The Lifestyle Interview: Notes from the Golden Age and Current Possibilities for “the Rest of Us"
Thomas W. Allen
Using Sandtray Therapy in Lifestyle Analysis
Daniel S. Sweeney, Gena M. Minnix, and Linda E. Homeyer
The Adaptive Purpose of Emotional Expression: A Lifestyle Elaboration
Paul R. Rasmussen
Footprints and Fingerprints of My 30-Year Journey in Lifestyle Assessment
Daniel Eckstein
Toward a Developmental Theory of Lifestyle and Social Interest in the First Three Years of Life
Richard R. Kopp
Examining the Nature of Holism Within Lifestyle
Ilan Strauch
Exploring the Relationships Between Lifestyle Personality Attributes and Eating Disorder Symptoms and Behaviors in a Non-Clinical Population
Susan E. Belangee, Martin F. Sherman, and Roy M. Kern
The Relationship Between Lifestyle and Conflict Resolution Strategy
C. Meade Morris-Conley and Roy M. Kern
A Q&A on Lifestyle Assessment
Robert L. Powers with Jane Griffith
Business and Organizations: Work Relationships, Lifestyle, and Mutual Respect
Eva Dreikurs Ferguson
Index to Volume 59

Fall 2003, 59:3

Editors' Notes: Individual Psychology with Children, Adolescents, and Adults
Roy M. Kern and William L. Curlette
A Comparison of Individual Psychology and Attachment Theory
Deborah A. Weber
Freud and Adler on Agency and Determinism in the Shaping of Personality
L. Scott Smith
Predictors of Social Interest in Young Adults
Patrick Johnson, Adina J. Smith, and Mark D. Nelson
Social Interest, Connectedness, and Challenging Experiences: What Makes High School Mentors Persist?
Michael J. Karcher and Jenny Lindwall
Adler and Ubuntu: Using Adlerian Principles in the New South Africa.
Greg Brack, Michele B. Hill, Dana Edwards, Nomalanga Grootboom, and Pamela Lassiter


Columns

Education: E.Q. and Peer Coaching
Chari Campbell
Family Interventions: Using Early Memories to Emphasize the Strengths of Teenagers
Rachel Shifron and Betty Lou Bettner
Psychological Strategies: Emotional Reorientation: A Clinical Strategy
Paul R. Rasmussen

Summer 2003, 59:2

Editors' Notes: Individual Psychology's Broad Appeal
Guy J. Manaster
Social Interest, the Individual, and Society: Practical and Theoretical Considerations
Guy J. Manaster, Zeynep Cemalcilar, and Mary Knill
Social Interest, Emotional Well-Being, and the Quest for Civil Society
Frank C. Richardson and Guy J. Manaster
Social Processes, Personal Goals, and Their Intertwining: Their Importance in Adlerian Theory and Practice
Eva Dreikurs Ferguson
Grief and Mourning from an Adlerian Perspective
Timothy S. Hartshorne
Beginnings of Training for the End
Paul Rom (with discussion by Heinz L. Ansbacher)
Friendship
George W. Linden
The Political Science of the Ten Commandments
Bernard Shulman
Early Recollections and Personality Characteristics of Pakastani College Students
Arif Manzoor and Ghazala Rehman
Early Recollections of Pakistani Criminal Offenders: A Validity Study
Ghazala Rehman and Arif Manzoor
How to Apply Sincerity to Democracy
Phyllis Bottome
Individual Psychology in the Democratic Reform of Bulgarian Education
Valentina Sharlanova
Individual Education International
Larry Nisan
International Associations of Individual Psychology
Guy J. Manaster
Adler's Contribution to Learning Style and Multiple Intelligence Theories
Rebecca LaFountain, Nadine Gardner, and Paul Miedema

Spring 2003, 59:1

Editors' Notes: Making a Contribution to Individual Psychology
William L. Curlette and Roy M. Kern
2002 Ansbacher Address:
Adlerian Psychology: Looking Backward and Forward
Harold H. Mosak
Adlerian Lifestyle Analysis of Lakota Women: Implications for Counseling
Richard L. Roberts, Ruth Harper, Rebecca Caldwell, and Marianne Decora
Psychological Birth Order and the BASIS-A Inventory
Kelly P. Gfroerer, Coleman A. Gfroerer, William L. Curlette, JoAnna White, and Roy M. Kern
The Relationship of Multidimensional Perfectionism to Psychological Birth Order
Jeffrey S. Ashby, Kenneth A. LoCicero, and Mary Catherine Kenny
A Comparison of Educational Theory: Alfred Adler and John Dewey
Isabel Ann Dwornik
Adler: East, West, and Beyond
Shulamith Sakin-Wolf
Robert L. Powers's Original Contribution to “Spirituality in the Adlerian Forum”
Robert L. Powers
Business and Organizations: Adler and the Profession of Coaching
Linda J. Page
Biopsychosocial Issues: Psychotherapy and the Quest for Optimal Physical and Psychological Health
Len Sperry

Winter 2002, 58:4

Editor's Notes: DSM-IV in Clinical Practice Today
Len Sperry
The DSM and Individual Psychology: A General Comparison
Michael P. Maniacci
A Critical Look at the DSM-IV
Maureen Duffy, Scott E. Gillig, Richard M. Tureen, and Miguel A. Ybarra
Religious and Spiritual Problem V-Code: An Adlerian Assessment
Erik Mansager
The Use of the DSM-IV in Treatment Planning: An Adlerian View
Michael P. Maniacci and Laurie A. Sackett-Maniacci
From Psychopathology to Transformation: Retrieving the Developmental Focus in Psychotherapy
Len Sperry
Culture-bound Syndromes: Initial Perspectives from Individual Psychology
Alexis O. Miranda and Linda D. Fraser
DSM-IV: Making It More Clinician Friendly
Len Sperry
Index to Volume 58

Fall 2002, 58:3

Editor's Notes: Family Resilience Within Individual Psychology: Stay the Same and Change
Charles H. Huber
Focusing on What Goes Right: An Interview with Robin Mathy
Charles H. Huber, Robin M. Mathy
Four Phases of Adlerian Counseling: Family Resilience in Action
Al Milliren, Cathleen Barrett-Kruse
A Formal Assessment of Resilience: The Baruth Protective Factors Inventory
Katey E. Baruth, Jane J. Carroll
"Our Child Won't Go To Bed!": A Functional Assessment and Intervention from a Family Resilience Perspective
Nicole H. Roberts, Ernesto R. Escoto
Family Resilience and Pragmatic Parent Education
Jonathan P. Schwartz
Mistaking Courage for Denial: Family Resilience After the Birth of a Child with Severe Disabilities
Timothy S. Hartshorne
Family Resilience and Domestic Violence: Panacea or Pragmatic Therapeutic Perspective?
Jeffrey R. Kragh, Charles H. Huber
Strengthening Family Resilience: Prevention and Treatment for High-Risk Substance-Affected Families
Patricia A. Sandau-Beckler, Esther Devall, and Ivan A. de la Rosa
Epilogue: Our World Family
Lee Baruth
NASAP Presidential Interviews
Michael S. Nystul

Summer 2002, 58:2

Editors' Notes: Variety is the Spice of Life
Roy M. Kern and William L. Curlette
Dance as a Metaphor of the Psychotherapeutic Encounter
Harold H. Mosak and Paul R. Rasmussen
An Adlerian-Constructivist Approach to Dreams
Ursula E. Oberst
A Culturally Congruent Consultation at a Bureau of Indian Affairs Boarding School
Michael B. Salzman
Resistance: The Fear Behind It and Tactics for Reducing It
Paul R. Rasmussen
A Comparison of Alfred Adler's and Heinz Kohut's Conceptions of Psychopathology
Abram Karrel and Jaz Gill
An Adlerian Analysis of the Unabomber
Amy M. Leeper, Stephanie Carwile, and R. John Huber
Spirituality in the Adlerian Forum
Erik Mansager, Leo Gold, Brian Griffith, Edmund Kal, Guy Manaster, Gloria McArter, Robert L. Powers, Lee Schnebly, Mary F. Schneider, and Norman N. Silverman
The Effects of Locus of Control, Gender, and Grade on Children's Preferences for Praise or Encouragement
F. Donald Kelly

Spring 2002, 58:1

Editor's Notes: Measuring Gemeinschaftsgefühl
William L. Curlette and Roy M. Kern


Special Section: Social Interest

Social Interest: A Meta-Analysis of a Multidimensional Construct
Margaret L. Bass, William L. Curlette, Roy M. Kern, and Alfred E. McWilliams Jr.
Peak Experiences, Social Interest, and Moral Reasoning: An Exploratory Study
John Chambers Christopher, Guy J. Manaster, Robert L. Campbell, and Michael B. Weinfeld
Social Interest and Locus of Control: Relationships and Implications
Jeffrey S. Ashby, Terry Kottman, and Kay Draper
The Connection Between Social Interest and the Characteristics of Sexual Abuse Perpetuated by Male Pedophiles
Alexis O. Miranda and Kathi J. Fiorello


Articles

Structured Group Couples Therapy with Schizophrenic and Bipolar Patients and Their Wives
James W. Croake and F. Donald Kelly
An Adlerian Model for Assessing and Treating the Perpetrators of Domestic Violence
Paul R. Peluso and Roy M. Kern

Winter 2001, 57:4

Not Quite As It Seems
Roy M. Kern and William L. Curlette
Adler and Dreikurs: Cognitive-Social Dynamic Innovators
Eva Dreikurs Ferguson
The Applicability of Individual Psychology for Work with Conservative Christian Clients
Jason E. Kanz
Feelings and Spirituality: A Holistic Perspective
Steve Slavik and James Croake
The Relationship of Psychological Birth Order to the Family Atmosphere and to Personality
Alan E. Stewart, Elizabeth A. Stewart, and Linda F. Campbell
An Exploration of Social Interest in British Students' Post-Conservatism
Ann Macaskill, John Maltby, and Liza Day
Teacher In-Service, Experiential Learning, and Individual Psychology
Jason N. Snow and Roy M. Kern

Fall 2001, 57:3

Editors' Notes

Adlerian School-based Interventions for Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Dana L. Edwards and Kelly P. Gfroerer
Lifestyle Profiles and Interventions for Aggressive Adolescents
Sandi Smith, Roy M. Kern, William L. Curlette, and Fran Mullis
An Adlerian Reconceptualization of Traumatic Reactions
Ilan Strauch
Forgiveness: A Conflict Resolution Strategy in the Workplace
Deborah S. Butler and Fran Mullis
Encouraging Self-Encouragement: An Effect Study of the Encouraging-Training Schoenaker-Concept®
Renie Bahlmann and Lynda D. Dinter
Using Bibliotherapy with Clients
Shelley A. Jackson
A Modified Life Style Assessment and Its Use in the School Setting
Rita S. Lee


Column

Biopsychosocial Issues: The Biological Dimension in Biopsychosocial Therapy: Theory and Clinical Applications with Couples
Len Sperry 

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