We cannot recollect the past without skewing it by our current perceptions. Our memories are not identical recreations of the past, but are stories shaped by our current perspectives of others, the world, and ourselves.
The constructist approach and systematic development of early recollection theory in this text invites the reader to think and engage in problem-solving. The volume also offers a step-by step approach to the interpretation of early recollections. Filled with examples, this book offers a perspective not limited to application by Adelerian practitioners and useful to non-Adlerian clinicians (and others) seeking a new framework for assessing personality.
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