R. Jeff Lupient, MDiv

Core Faculty Member

Jeff enjoys teaching and learning and has a passion for his subjects. His strengths as an instructor include a sense of humor, an ability to deliver usable coursework and course projects to his students, and a facility for making the abstract concrete and practical.

Education: 

MDiv - United Theological Seminary, New Brighton, MN
BA - Concordia College, Moorhead, MN
Postgraduate program in Family Therapy - Georgetown University,
Adler Graduate School, Richfield, MN

Office Phone: 
651-503-1173
Professional Membership: 

North American Society of Adlerian Psychology (NASAP)

Professional Practice: 

Jeff is a Human Services faculty member at Minneapolis Community and Technical College. Jeff also was a clinic owner and had a private practice for 30 years, specializing in marriage and family therapy.

Select Presentations: 

Family of Origin

Couple Communications

Non-Violent Communications (NVC)

Early Recollections

Working with Resistant Clients

Addictions Early Intervention

Building a Private Cash Practice

Academic History (higher ed experience): 

Rutgers National Summer School in New Brunswick, New Jersey

What I like about Adler Graduate School: 

Jeff became interested in Adlerian Psychology because it seemed practical, family-oriented and systematic. "I deeply appreciate the Adlerian emphasis on social interest and holism," he says, "and I find the techniques of Adlerian Psychology to be very user-friendly for both clients and practitioners."