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July 14, 1928

BERLIN

JAMA. 1928;91(2):110-111. doi:10.1001/jama.1928.02700020044021

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Abstract

Congress of Psychotherapy  Immediately following and supplementary to the Weisbaden Congress of Internal Medicine, the transactions of which were confined this year to the vegetative organs, the Congress of Psychotherapy was held, April 20-22. As the congress now includes all psychotherapeutic schools, its name has been extended to read: Allgemeiner ärztlicher Kongress für Psychotherapie. The congress dealt with three main topics: Adler's psychology of the individual, the character theory, and the relations between experimental psychology and psychotherapy.Adler's psychology was considered in three comprehensive papers. Seif of Munich explained its general relations to psychotherapy, Wexberg of Vienna discussed constitutional organic inferiority in connection with results of internal medicine, and Künkel of Berlin dealt with the healing process in the theory and in the practice of psychology of the individual. Thus, a general view of the Adler theory and working tendencies, with its strong and its weak points, was presented. Schultz-Hencke

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