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Adler Faculty Published in Scholarly Journal Articles 09.14.18
Adler Faculty Published in Scholarly Journal Articles
09.14.18

A round-up of recently published scholarly journal articles featuring Adler University faculty:

Marina Bluvshtein published in The Journal of Individual Psychology
“My Remembrances of Heinz and Rowena Ansbacher and Alexandra Adler,” coauthored by Marina Bluvshtein, Ph.D., Director of the Center for Adlerian Practice and Scholarship, was published in the Summer 2018 edition of The Journal of Individual Psychology, a peer-reviewed journal featuring theoretical and research based articles on Adlerian Psychology.

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Jennifer L. Bonino and Fred J. Hanna published in
Journal of Humanistic Counseling
“Who Owns Psychopathology? The DSM: Its Flaws, Its Future, and the Professional Counselor,” by Jennifer L. Bonino, adjunct faculty and Fred J. Hanna, Ph.D., Director of the Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision program, was included in the July 2018 edition of the Journal of Humanistic Counseling, a biannual peer-reviewed academic journal.

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Haley Fox featured in
Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy
“Songwriting and Human Shadow: Heuristic Inquiry Grounded in Art,” by Haley Fox, Ph.D., Training Coordinator and Assistant Professor for the M.A. in Counseling: Art Therapy program was published in the July 2018 edition of Voices, an international peer-reviewed journal.

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Fred J. Hanna featured in
The Family Journal
Dr. Hanna also wrote “Using the Precursors Model of Change to Facilitate Engagement Practices in Family Counseling” with Brett Wilkinson of Purdue University at Fort Wayne, which was published in the August 2018 issue of The Family Journal, a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal.

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Leigh Johnson-Migalski, Mary Drout, Nataka Moore, and Alejandra Chavez published in The Journal of Individual Psychology
The Spring 2018 issue of The Journal of Individual Psychology features articles written by Adler University faculty and alumni, including: 

“Diversity and Social Justice: Applying Theory and Adapting Practices,” coauthored by Leigh Johnson-Migalski, Psy.D., Associate Professor of the Psy.D. Program and Coordinator of the Advanced Adlerian Psychotherapy Emphasis.

"Using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) in Adlerian Approaches," coauthored by Mary Drout, Ph.D., Program Director, M.A. in Counseling: Specialization in Rehabilitation Counseling and Dr. Leigh Johnson-Migalski.

"Mexican American Immigrant Parents Striving to Raise Resilient Children: Obstacles, Tension Points, and Resiliency Factors," coauthored by Adler University alum Alejandra Chavez, Psy.D., and Nataka Moore, PsyD., core faculty.

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