Karen Horney argued that this type is able to behave correctly and friendly,
but in the end, his behavior is always directed towards gaining power over the environment.
Introducing this separation of behavioral strategies, Horney noted that the concept of"types" is used in the
concept to simplify the designation of individuals characterized by the presence of certain traits of character.
Many theorists, including Alfred Adler, Carl Jung,
Karen Horney, Anna Freud,
Otto Rank, Erik Erikson, Melanie Klein and Heinz Kohut, built upon Freud's fundamental ideas and often developed their own systems of psychotherapy.