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27TH IAIP CONGRESS - INFERIORITY FEELINGS: NEW MANIFESTATION AND NEW APPROACHES
10/07/2017

27th IAIP Congress - Inferiority Feelings: New Manifestation and New Approaches

10-13 Luglio 2017 - University of St. Thomas - Minneapolis (MN)

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In 1907, Alfred Adler edited his first important book titled “Study of Organ Inferiority”. Here, he introduced the term “Compensation” which he later widened to the concept of the “Inferiority Feeling”. 110 years later, this concept is still fundamental to the theory and practice of Individual Psychology. In human movement, whether in the last 110 years or in the last few thousand years, we should observe Adler’s magnificent Law of Movement – a person’s unique and creative movement from feeling inferior, imperfect, not good enough, incomplete toward sense of perfection and completion. This movement is never easy and seldom conscious, with an ultimate goal of perfection resembling a horizon line. A determined traveler will never reach it, but will keep moving nevertheless – in a healthy, socially useful, cooperative manner or in a deleterious, useless, and hostile way. The 27th International Congress of Individual Psychology will underline the importance of this basic thought and will show how it is used in contemporary Adlerian theory and practice, in different fields of society, and in different countries. Practitioners and scientists from all over the world will discuss how they are dealing with Inferiority Feelings in everyday communal life, clinical practice, and in being a member of humanity

 
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