Rhythm and Social Interest: An Adlerian Approach to Group Drumming - Approved for 2 CE’s
This talk will introduce rhythm activities used to facilitate experiences that reflect principles articled by Alfred Adler--including cooperation, community, common sense, courage, and social interest.
Educational Objective1: Participants will be able to summarize Dreikurs and Adler’s use of rhythm as a metaphor in their work with clients and parents.
Educational Objective 2: Participants will be able to demonstrate various rhythm activities that will be used to foster a sense of community and social interest.
Educational Objective 3: Participants will be able to demonstrate various drumming and rhythm activities and how they can be used as a projective technique for understanding a person’s movement and degree of social interest.
approved for 2 CE’s MFT pending
Jon Sperry, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Lynn University and a staff counselor at the Counseling and Psychological Services at Florida Atlantic University. He was President of the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology (NASAP) from 2017-2018; and, he is currently the co-editor in chief of the Journal of Individual Psychology (JIP). He lectures around the globe extensively on Adlerian theory, case conceptualization, trauma-informed care, and group drumming.