The Certificate in Adlerian Studies is a unique online program for mental health professionals to study Adlerian psychology, its theoretical foundations, and its practical applications.
This 12 credit certificate includes four, three-credit courses which are delivered amost exclusively through online distance education methods with the exception of the popular 3-day residential weekend.
The Certificate in Adlerian Studies is derived from the Master of Arts Degree in Adlerian Counseling and Psychotherapy emphasis in Adlerian Studies which is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
The Psychodynamics of Psychopathology
Advanced Approaches to Counseling and Psychotherapy Skills
Individual Psychology: The Communal Ties and Family Guidance
Any three courses from the following list
Holistic Assessment and Metaphor Therapy
Socratic Questioning in Psychotherapy and Counseling
Early Recollections and Dream Analysis
Advanced Life Style Analysis
Assessment and Appraisal of Social Interest as Measure of Mental Health
Gender in Theory and Contemporary Practice of Individual Psychology
Individual Psychological Approaches to Holistic Treatment
Individual Psychological Approaches to Violence
Creating and Assessing the Therapeutic Alliance
Individual Psychology and Best Teaching Practices
Individual Psychology and Supervision
Adlerian Approaches to Workplace Relations
All applicants seeking the Certificate will be expected to submit the following materials for a complete application file by the application deadline:
One month before the first day of the session of enrollment.
The application will be reviewed by program staff, additional information will be gathered as needed, a decision will be made, and the student will be informed. Admitted online students will participate in OL 101 approximately two weeks before the first class starts. Students may only begin classes if, by the first day of the session of start, they submit a financial plan for paying for classes (for approved payment options, see Tuition and Fees section of the Student Services link above).
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