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Julie Kaufman, a 2016 Adler alumna, recently came back from a unique, yoga centered training in Costa Rica. As she embarks on her journey opening her own clinic and healing clients through body and movement, our Adler team reached out to hear about how her experiences at Adler Graduate School (AGS) and beyond have helped cultivate her road to fulfillment as a wellness professional.

Adler Graduate School’s goal at graduation is to have trained human services professionals to facilitate healthy and fulfilling life styles for people, organizations, and communities through graduate education and community involvement. We recently reached out to our fellow alumni to see where they are since graduation.

Adler Graduate School is excited to announce a change in our admissions process. Starting today, AGS will be moving to a four starts per year enrollment process. The progression to four start times will allow us to report statistics, cultivate relationships, answer student inquiries, and smooth the transition of new graduate students.

Adler Graduate School is honored to welcome Dr. Jeffrey Allen as our new school president. Dr. Allen brings over 25 years of education management: leading schools to maximize their enrollment, retention, and supporting faculty and staff success.

Taylor Vance — a recent Art Therapy, December 2017, graduate — is the first to complete the experiential part of her Master’s Project in a refreshing Adler style: creating an artwork donation. Her paper focused on the two modalities of applied behavior analysis & SCERTS. In her work, she created a painting demonstrating the past, present, and future of autism; then, donated it to her previous internship site, St. David’s Autism Day Treatment, for their inspiration in helping Taylor determine her passion.

Adler Graduate School's goal at graduation is to have trained human services professionals to facilitate healthy and fulfilling lifestyles for people, organizations, and communities through graduate education and community involvement. We recently reached out to our fellow alumni to see where they are since graduation.

Each year the Adler Graduate School’s Social Interest in Action Committee takes our vision statement— transforming society through social interest in action – to heart. This year, our committee selected our Field Experience Partner, Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health & Well-Being.

Brittney Keating, a recent school counseling graduate student, entered Adler Graduate School (AGS) without much knowledge of Adlerian psychology. She googled graduate schools in Minnesota, talked with respected friends and family and fell in love with Adlerian psychology after her first class at AGS: 511 Foundations of Adlerian Psychology.

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