This series is intended to help mental health practitioners develop expertise in the use of Adlerian Lifestyle Assessment. It is a series of workshops that will enable participants to use a variety of techniques to identify mistaken beliefs and help the client to modify them. Lecture, demonstration and practice will be used to help participants learn to use this information in therapy, to help clients change.Participants with active clients are preferred but this is not required.
This course provides 45 hours of training in clinical supervision. The course covers major models of clinical supervision; development and maintenance of the supervisor-supervisee relationship; ethical and legal aspects in clinical supervision; cultural competence in clinical supervision; and structuring, intervention, and evaluation practices in clinical supervision.
The Brown Bag Series Returns. The title for this four-session series is called the Let’s Series.
The lunchtime Brown Bag Topics are as follows:
The first offering will be on Tuesday, July 23rd from 11:00 to 1:00 The title for this presentation is “Let’s Learn to Spit in the Soup”.
The second session will be Monday, July 29th from 11:30 to 1:30. This session is titled “Let’s Get Physical”
The third session is Tuesday, August 6th from 11:00 to 1:00. The title for this is “Let’s Reframe with Adler”
A new time for The Brown Bag Series this summer. The title for this four-session series is called the Let’s Series.
It is being offered as a dinner time event so that students may attend before class. It is also open to all.
The dinner time Brown Bag Topics are as follows:
The first offering will be on Tuesday, July 23rd from 3:30 to 5:30. The title for this presentation is “Let’s Learn to Spit in the Soup”.
The second session will be Monday, July 29th from 3:30 to 5:30. This session is titled “Let’s Get Physical”
The Trust Based Relational Intervention approach to nurturing is a new paradigm that is proving highly effective to a very challenging population. Parents struggling to connect with their adopted, foster, or troubled children are often desperate for something that will bring success. Based on cutting edge and evidence-based research, the principles laid out in this seminar clearly lay out the skills necessary for parenting these very fragile and special young ones.
This is a two day event. This course will explore Adlerian Play Therapy techniques, as developed by Terry Kottman, Ph.D. These techniques will assist you in building relationships with children, exploring the children’s lifestyle, helping children gain insight into their lifestyle, and helping children create change in their thoughts, feelings, attitudes, and behaviors. There will be an emphasis on play therapy skills, Adlerian theory as applied to play therapy, and what makes Adlerian Play Therapy unique.
The PREPARE/ENRICH Certification Workshop is designed to help facilitators learn how to administer PREPARE/ENRICH and provide feedback to premarital and married couples using six core and over 20 supplemental exercises. Learn how to help couples identify their strengths and growth areas in categories such as Communication, Conflict Resolution, Spiritual Beliefs and Financial Management. With PREPARE/ENRICH, you don’t just get a packet of instructions to figure out on your own.
This series of workshops offer an understanding of ecopsychology and the various ways nature can act as a conduit for healing for individuals, couples, families and groups.
This is a two part presentation. The morning will be for both LMFT and LPCC folks. The afternoon session for LMFT interested folks only. Please see below. Grad School 202: Next Steps After Graduation. Adler Graduate School cordially invites you to Grad School 202. Learn the next steps in the licensing process, work opportunities, and about the post-graduate supervision process from Adler Alumni. As always, AGS wants to continue to be a support in the next steps of your professional lives! AGS students attend free.
The earliest events that a person can remember in their life. This content is valuable because it reveals person's current concerns and perhaps some of the content of their fictional goals as these are projected on to material reconstructed from the past. In other words, early recollections do not provide actual accounts of individuals' earlier life experiences as much as they reflect ongoing concerns and challenges (Oberst & Stewart.