Sperry's (2018) article regarding the need for an evidence base to be developed for Adlerian psychology raises several challenging questions to be considered: If common-factors approaches have been validated, can't we just "rest" on that and be done with it? Do we risk shoehorning or manufacturing an approach where one does not exist? Do we have to conform to the constrictions of evidence-based practice? What about collateral research that has been done on the theoretical underpinnings of Adlerian psychology? Each of these questions is considered here, with implications for the need to conduct evidence-based practice for Adlerian psychology.