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Alfred Adler, (born February 7, 1870, Penzing, Austria—died May 28, 1937, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland), psychiatrist whose influential system of individual psychology introduced the term inferiority feeling, later widely and often inaccurately called inferiority complex. He developed a flexible, supportive psychotherapy to direct those emotionally disabled by inferiority feelings toward maturity, common sense, and social usefulness.

Throughout his life Adler maintained a strong awareness of social problems, and this served as a principal motivation in his work. From his earliest years as a physician (M.D., University of Vienna Medical School, 1895), he stressed consideration of the patient in relation to the total environment, and he began developing a humanistic, holistic approach to human problems.

About 1900 Adler began to explore psychopathology within the context of general medicine and in 1902 became closely associated with Sigmund Freud. Gradually, however, differences between the two became irreconcilable, notably after the appearance of Adler’s Studie über Minderwertigkeit von Organen (1907; Study of Organ Inferiority and Its Psychical Compensation), in which he suggested that persons try to compensate psychologically for a physical disability and its attendant feeling of inferiority. Unsatisfactory compensation results in neurosis. 

In 1921 Adler established the first child-guidance clinic in Vienna, soon thereafter opening and maintaining about 30 more there under his direction. Adler first went to the United States in 1926 and became visiting professor at Columbia University in 1927. He was appointed visiting professor of the Long Island College of Medicine in New York in 1932. In 1934 the government in Austria closed his clinics. Many of his later writings, such as What Life Should Mean to You (1931), were directed to the general reader. Heinz L. and Rowena R. Ansbacher edited The Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler (1956) and Superiority and Social Interest (1964).

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  • ANNA Psychoanalyst Freud, daughter of Sigmund
  • FREUD Anna _, sixth child of Sigmund, the father of psychoanalysis; she founded the National Centre for Children and Families who run the Cheshire Without Abuse service from their base in Crewe
  • SIGMUND Analyst, … Freud
  • ALFRED ADLER Early associate of Sigmund Freud
  • IBSEN Dramatist who wrote Peer Gynt, A Doll’s House, The Wild Duck and, the reputed favourite of Sigmund Freud, The Master Builder
  • EGOS Senses of self, to Sigmund Freud
  • JUNG Swiss psychoanalyst
  • RANK Psychoanalyst Otto
  • STEM Some psychoanalyst employed in block
  • CARL Psychoanalyst Jung
  • ERIK Psychoanalyst Erikson
  • I SEE Psychoanalyst’s response
  • DORA Celebrated Sigmund Freud patient
  • FEUD Famous psychoanalyst has no right to intervene in this family dispute?
  • FREUDIAN SIP Quick espresso break for psychoanalyst Sigmund?
  • SONG 1926 Broadway operetta with music by Sigmund Romberg set in North Africa
  • FRAUD Fake psychoanalyst having change of heart
  • KLEIN Psychoanalyst finds extremes of love in family
  • SIG Psychoanalyst Mr. Freud, to pals
  • ID BRACELET Piece of jewelry worn by Sigmund Freud?
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