Jere (Jerome) Truer, MA

Didactic Instructor; Associate Faculty Member

Jere Truer, MA, has been on the AGS faculty since 2004, and is also an alumnus of the school (1989).  Having formerly been on the general faculty until 2012, he resigned that position and moved over to serve students taking individual and group Didactic.

Jere was in private practice in Uptown Minneapolis from 1992 until 2013, but has worked in the mental health field in several capacities since 1977.  In 2013, he retired his private practice and moved to Central Colorado where he and his wife have a Bed and Breakfast in the Rocky Mountains just west of Denver.

Because of this move, Jere conducts his individual sessions via Skype, or via phone if necessary.  He does travel to Minnesota, however, for the classroom group Didactics.

Jere’s interests and specialties are in trauma, addictions, spirituality, and integrative approaches to healing.  He also blends a healthy dollop of Jungian thought, as well as mythology and literature, into his Adlerian practice.  His Skype username is “truer123”.

Education: 

MA - Adler School of Professional Psychology, Chicago, IL
BA - Augsburg College, Minneapolis, MN

Licensure: 
LICSW
Email address: 
jere.truer@alfredadler.edu
Mobile Phone: 
612-916-9833
Professional Membership: 

Minnesota Jung Association
Minnesota Psycholanalytic Society

Select Publications: 

Johnson, J.T. (1999). The thundering years: rituals and sacred wisdom for teens. Pema Publications.

Select Presentations: 

Building Community and Leadership Through Storytelling and Drumming

Areas of Interest: 

Consciousness
Body-mind therapies
Complementary Medicine