The Adler Graduate School research center is available to students, alumni, faculty, and the public. Those interested in accessing the Harold H. Mosak Adlerian Mastery Lab or Cafe Central can browse the collections and use them in research and scholarship. Please see policies and procedures about access to research center collections.
Collection contains some 2000 items, mostly printed and published materials, correspondence, some press, and other ephemera related to the study and teaching of Adlerian psychology. The collection was purchased from Dr. Harold Mosak in 2014. Learn more.
Cafe Central contains two major collections. A collection of more than 150 items, mostly printed and published materials, related to general field of psychology and Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler, was donated by Margot Adler in 2013. Learn more.
A collection of more than 500 items, mostly printed and published materials, some press, and other ephemera related to history and theory of Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler, as well as history of the Alfred Adler Institute of New York (AAINY), was donated by the AAINY in 2013.
Newest Arrival: Original Heinz Ansbacher four interviews made with Dr. Ansbacher at his family home in Vermont donated by Elsie and Ted McDorman, Vancouver BC
Policies and Procedures
Research Agreement Form (PDF)
Adler Graduate School is grateful to prospective donors who have generously decided to entrust their artifacts to the care of AGS. Careful thought and several considerations are given when accepting a donation to be confident the item contributes to our local history, is not duplicative, and can be given appropriate care.