Adler used early childhood recollections as a means for understanding a person's style of life. Which of the following questions is most appropriate for assessing earliest recollections?
Adlerian counseling involves four stages. During the first phase of counseling, the focus is what?
Adler's Individual Psychology departed from his colleagues Freud and Jung on numerous issues. In one issue, Adler posited that a person must be seen __________, as a unified personality or "individual."
In the late phase, clients work toward developing habits of living that promote wellness and social interest in all six areas of functioning. What are the six area of functioning?
The Adlerian approach is characterized by its deliberate efforts to encourage the client. What statement most accurately describes encouragement in the Adlerian counseling context?
Adler's approach to counseling has been characterized as:
Adler suggested that people's futures are not defined by their pasts, but rather that people have __________ in how they approach their lives.
"To see with the eyes of another, to hear with the ears of another, to feel with the heart of another" describes what characteristic of Adlerian counselors?
The idea that humans are innately social creatures relates to Adler's notion of social interest or community feeling which can be defined as which of the following?
Once psychoeducational material has been delivered by the Adlerian counselor and understood by the client, the next part of the counseling session should focus on task setting. This involves:
In an egalitarian counseling relationship between the counselor and the client, the client will:
In the Adlerian approach, the long-term goal of wellness refers to:
Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) is a promising evidence-based parenting program based on Adlerian principles that uses __________, __________, and __________to improve child behaviors and parent-child relations.
A great way for Adlerian counselors to assess the underlying purpose or role that symptoms may have for the client is:
If an Adlerian counselor made the statement "The upside of worrying is that you tend to be good with details," she would be doing what to encourage clients?