The Adlerian approach to counseling is a highly structured approach. Adlerians operate according to a set of principles and procedures that make this form of counseling different from many other forms of counseling. In most other forms, a counselor sees a client and they talk, and they talk, and they talk. Adlerians try not to waste a moment. Every word said and everything done is designed according to plan. In the pages of this book, the writer will present techniques that have been used successfully, with the suggestion that the reader, too, may find real success in their use. Chapter 1 and 2 consists of Adlerian child psychology concepts and ideas with information drawn from lectures, interviews, writings, and conversations with Rudolf Dreikurs, MD, as well as ideas from other Adlerian authors, compiled, summarized, edited, updated, annotated, and supplemented for the twenty-first century. Chapters 3 and 4 are essentially the words of Dr. Dreikurs, compiled and edited from tapes, excerpts from his public conversations, lectures, and radio and television presentations--all organized and presented with his suggestions for their organization and presentation. Much of this material is presented primarily as a casebook, with explanations included and transcripts of cases conducted by Dr. Dreikurs. It is presented with his permission and appropriate confidentiality, including name changes, etc. Interspersed are comments, observations, and brief explanations presented for clarification.