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Adlerian Psychology is a branch of psychology also referred to as "Individual Psychology." It is based on the work of Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs. Sites listed in this category are specific to Adlerian principles and/or organizations which further education and promote Adlerian psychology.
Please submit only sites dealing with life and work of Erik Erikson and his followers. Sites should be edited in English.
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Submit sites with content related to life and work of Sigmund Freud. Sites must be edited in English.
Resources for online Freudian studies and information.
Please submit any sites relating to the work of Jacques Lacan and his followers.
Jacques Lacan was a French Philosopher and Psychoanalyst. He advocated a re-reading of the work of Sigmund Freud. He taught a series of seminars in several locations in Paris during his lifetime many of which are available as edited books. Since his death he has had a number of followers who have sought to clarify and extend his work. Notable among these are his son-in-law Jacques-Alain Miller, Slavoj Zizek, Bruce Fink and Russel Grigg.
Professional organizations focusing on the study or practice of psychoanalysis or psychodynamic therapies.
Professional organizations focusing on the study or practice of psychoanalysis or psychodynamic therapies.
Submit only personal sites of psychotherapist and / or psychoanalyst, etc., edited in English.
Submit only personal sites of psychotherapist and / or psychoanalyst, etc., edited in English.
Thank you for your submission to this category about Self Psychology, the theory developed by Heinz Kohut. This category is not for self-help resources.

If your site is about self-help, please submit it to Science/Social_Sciences/Psychology/Self-Help or an appropriate subcategory.

If your site is about a therapist, please find the appropriate regional category.

Developed by Heinz Kohut while at the University of Chicago, self psychology is psychoanalytic at its core. However, there are crucial differences in how the patient-therapist relationship is viewed. In Self Psychology, the therapist uses empathy to gain the patient's trust. Once the patient trusts the therapist, he or she will talk more, thus enabling the therapist to gather more and better information and thus to make more accurate interpretations. Self psychological theory proposes that healthy self-development proceeds from adequate responsiveness of caregivers to the child's vital emotional needs, including alterego needs, idealizing needs, and mirroring needs.
Please submit only sites in English with content related to training and academic programs in psychoanalytic and psychodynamic.
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