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Individual Psychology

Individual psychology was founded at the beginning of the last century by the Viennese physician Alfred Adler. IP regards the human being as a holistic being whose actions are social and goal-oriented. According to Adler, man strives to be able to contribute to society or a group and to do so with social equality and mutual respect. Individual psychology offers useful methods to improve interpersonal relationships in the group and to promote and strengthen the strengths and potential of the individual.