"Educating Children for Cooperation & Contribution," Volume II,contains exceptional, new child guidance resources for educators,therapists, and parents: "The Work of an Adlerian Psychologist in theSchools," Enlightening Children," and "Influencing the Child," byAnthony Bruck. Bruck, who was trained by Alfred Adler, embodiedseveral central qualities of his mentor: warmth, gentleness, andcreativity. His work with children was reminiscent of Adler'sremarkable ability to make immediate contact and win a child withrespect, simple insight, and infectious optimism. Like a kindly uncle,he guided children Socratically to make their own conclusions aboutnew ways to cross the bridge from misbehavior to cooperation.
Volume II also contains three articles by Alfred Adler: "Training forCourage," "Children's Life Tests," and "The Lazy Child;" and "TheChallenge of Kindergarten," by Theodore Grubbe.
To order Volume II , or for additional information, go to http://www.Adlerian.us/ecc-v2.htm
If you do not yet have Alfred Adler's seminal, child guidance texts,"Individual Psychology in the Schools," and "The Education ofChildren," you can also order "Educating Children for Cooperation &Contribution," Volume I at http://www.Adlerian.us/ecc-v1.htm