The Applied Adlerian Psychology program provides a practical understanding of Individual Psychology to enhance one’s existing role. Students learn the skills to foster healthy & fulfilling relationships in a variety of settings to promote socially connected systems, cultivating a deep-rooted sense of belonging among organizations, people, and the communities they serve.
Applied Adlerian Psychology Learning Outcomes:
Gain insight into human nature and how individuals interact with roles in work, life, and communities.
Develop skills to cultivate feelings of belonging within systems and organizations.
Build an improved community by understanding and addressing issues related social justice.
Maintain interpersonal wellness by applying encouragement and an understanding of lifestyle.
What Roles Are Enhanced by This Program?
With a Master’s in Applied Adlerian Psychology, you’ll be equipped to consultatively approach challenges faced in a variety of backgrounds, including but not limited to:
|Law Enforcement & Corrections Officers
||Business Professionals & Executives
|Community & Non-Profit Leaders
||Clergy Members & Religious Leaders
|Human Resource Professionals
||Educators & School Administration
|Political & Government Officials
||Coaches & Sports Psychologists
What Will I Do in This Program?
- Investigate constructs of social interest, encouragement, and holism.
- Identify how these constructs intersect with the mind, body, and spirit of the individual.
- Improve awareness of self and multicultural competency.
- Reinforce your understanding of leadership in connection to lifestyle.
- Explore how your role impacts social systems by creating or removing obstacles.
- Engage with others to gain insight into the use of psychology in contemporary contexts.
- Encourage individuals to promote wellness in themselves and others.
Additional Program Info:
This non-licensure program is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
Classes are offered Online, On Campus, Or Mixed.
Certificate options Available.
Total credits: 35
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