Today and Every Day, We Celebrate Dr. Harold Mosak: Founder, Activist, Adlerian
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Today and Every Day, We Celebrate Dr. Harold Mosak: Founder, Activist, Adlerian

Of course, Alfred Adler is the founder of Adlerian psychology, and the namesake of Adler University. But in line with his community-driven school of thought was the start of our institution – one marked by the holistic collaboration of key Adlerian leaders. We are continually grateful to our university founders for their formidable sacrifices, groundbreaking … Continue reading »

Finding and Engaging With Adlerians In Action All Over The World
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Finding and Engaging With Adlerians In Action All Over The World

Neena Mathew and Shannon Zofkie are first-year Adlerians pursuing doctorate of psychology (Psy.D.) and master of sport and health psychology degrees, respectively, at Adler University’s Chicago Campus. Alfred Adler’s focus on community life, prevention, and population health is the inspiration for the university’s Social Justice Practicum, known here on campus as the “SJP.” Adlerian psychology emphasizes the … Continue reading »

Remembering and celebrating the life of a School founder and pioneer: Robert L. Powers
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Remembering and celebrating the life of a School founder and pioneer: Robert L. Powers

It is with sadness that we share the news of the passing of Robert L. Powers, M.Div., M.A., Adler School Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus. Rev. Powers, a School co-founder and a pioneer in the field of Adlerian psychology, passed away Tuesday. Rev. Powers was among the early instructors at the School, founded in 1952 as … Continue reading »