Adlerian Contributions to the Practice of Group Counseling: A Personal Perspective

Corey, Gerald
March 1999
Journal of Individual Psychology;Spring99, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p4
Academic Journal
Discusses the Adlerian approach to the practice of group counseling. Key concepts of the Adlerian approach; Influence of the method on practitioners of group counseling.


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