Democratic approaches to parenting and families Adlerian approaches to classroom management Leadership and organisational psychology From its inception, Adlerian psychology has included both professional and lay adherents. Adler felt that all people could make use of the scientific insights garnered by psychology and he welcomed everyone, from decorated academics to those with no formal education to participate in spreading the principles of Adlerian psychology. He argued that human personality could be explained teleologically:
Winnicott and Adam Phillipsare—like the ego-psychologists such as Heinz Hartmann or the intersubjectivist analysts in the States—perhaps best thought of as "different schools of psychoanalytic thought",  or as "Post-Freudians Adler had perhaps been "the first to explore and develop a comprehensive social theory of the psychodynamic self",  and, "after Adler's death, some of his views Sullivan called 'participant', and systematically so".
He created the name "Neopsychoanalyse" in Horney theorized that to deal with basic anxiety, the individual has three options: Accept the situation and become dependent on others. This strategy may entail an exaggerated desire for approval or affection.
Resist the situation and become aggressive. This strategy may involve an exaggerated need for power, exploitation of others, recognition, or achievement. Moving away from others. Withdraw from others and become isolated.
This strategy may involve an exaggerated need for self-sufficiency, privacy, or independence. He does this by forming within its members what he names a "basic personality".
The "basic personality" can initially be traced to the operation of primary institutions.
It ultimately creates clusters of unconscious motivations in the specific individual "which in turn are projected in the form of secondary institutions", such as reality systems.
The basic personality finds expression in the secondary institutions. In the wake of such contemporary criticism, a "consistent critique levelled at most theorists cited above is that they compromise the intrapersonal interiority of the psyche"; but one may accept nonetheless that "they have contributed an enduring and vital collection of standpoints relating to the human subject".
Cultural offshoots[ edit ] In his skit on Freud's remark that "if my name were Oberhuber, my innovations would have found far less resistance",  Peter Gayconsidering the notional eclipse of "Oberhuber" by his replacement Freud, adjudged that "the prospect that deviants would have to be called neo-Oberhuberians, or Oberhuberian revisionists, contributed to the master's decline".MORE ON ALFRED ADLER: (When source is known, credit will be given.) Development of Faulty Lifestyles: due to three faulty childhood conditions: Physical Inferiority: Sometimes can lead to healthy compensation, but sometimes leads to strangulation of social feelings.
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Direct Access to over databases. Dissidents and post-Freudians. The term "neo-Freudian" is sometimes loosely used to refer to those early followers of Freud who at some point accepted the basic tenets of Freud's theory of psychoanalysis but later dissented from it.
"The best-known of these dissenters are Alfred Adler and Carl Jung The Dissidents".. The "Independent .