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    Wednesday, February 21, 2018

  • Impact of Lifestyle on Client's Motivation (+)

    12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    Webinar
    webinar Chicago, IL

    This webinar conducted by Dr. Gary Bauman will assist therapists in identifying the client's lifestyle, pay attention to the therapeutic pull in the counseling relationship as well as to help the therapist recognize their own lifestyle themes and movement exhibited in their approach to working with clients. This webinar will explore the impact of the client's lifestyle on their motivation for change as well as the therapist's lifestyle and their approach to helping their clients.

    Register online.

    Contact
    Marina Bluvshtein
    mbluvshtein@adler.edu
    312-662-4317

  • Friday, March 02, 2018

  • Adlerian perspective on working with LGBTQ clients (+)

    7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    Webinar
    webinar Chicago, IL

    This webinar will discuss Adlerian perspective on working with clients who self-identify as LGBTQ. The presentation will address a range of contexts, sociopolitical issues, and clinical implications. The focus will be on clinician's self-awareness. Presenter - Susan Belangee, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, ACS is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Private Practice in Canton, GA, USA. She is a President Elect of North American Society of Adlerian Psychology, a frequent presenter, a researcher, a supervisor, and a published writer on various topics in Adler's Individual Psychology. Her expertise includes treating eating disorders, BASIS-A, and working with clients self-identified as LGBTQ.

    Register online.

    Contact
    Marina Bluvshtein
    mbluvshtein@adler.edu
    312-662-4317

  • Thursday, March 15, 2018

  • Transformation (IPSSJ Inaugural Fundraiser) (+)

    5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    Chez (247 E. Ontario, Chicago)

    At the Institute for Public Safety and Social Justice we understand that trillions of dollars have been invested in mass incarceration that serves to criminalize whole sections of our city. With our understanding of the trauma that this imposes on families, we work with many community partners and system actors--such as the court system and Illinois Department of Corrections--to create effective ways for communities to reclaim their most vulnerable youth and emerging adults from the clutches of criminalization. JOIN US in visualizing and making possible a new day that invests in the science of DECARCERATION. Your host for this event, IPSSJ Executive Director Elena Quintana, Ph.D., has worked with her staff and partners to curate an event that uniquely allows you to understand how we can and must invest in public safety systems that expand rather than diminish human potential.

    Click here to RSVP online.

    Contact
    Misty Brown
    mbrown@adler.edu
    312-662-4022

  • Friday, March 23, 2018

  • Transformative Empowerment: Individual & Communal (+)

    8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
    Community Hall and other locations on campus

    A full day of all things Adlerian, from an empowering keynote speech in the morning, to rich mini-lectures and hands-on experiential workshops on topics of power in clinical and social practice throughout the day, to an exciting alumni award reception in the evening that will demonstrate our communal Adlerian power. Come to experience Chicago Campus Adlerian experts (Dr. Fitzgerald and Dr. Sutherland), enjoy presentations of our old friends (Dr. Jane Griffith and Dr. John Newbauer), and learn from new Adlerian guests (Dr. Rosalyn Green and Jim Holder). And above all - come to visit your old professors, your classmates, your community colleagues. Up to 6.5 hours of CE, food for soul, skills enhancement, and just good food.

    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    Contact
    Marina Bluvshtein
    mbluvshtein@adler.edu

  • Saturday, March 24, 2018

  • Diversity Symposium (+)

    9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    Chicago Campus, Community Hall

    The Diversity Symposium is an opportunity to discuss current topics in the field that are related to diverse populations. The symposium will feature two panels, a morning and an afternoon session, and a student poster presentation in between. The morning panel will be presented by Dr. Neal Rubin and Dr. Susan Zoline on "Ethical dilemmas for the Clinical Psychologist: Solitary confinement, torture, racial injustice and human rights in the U.S. prison system." The afternoon panel will be presented by Dr. Edgar Ramos, Dr. Joe Serrano, and Samantha Chavez on "Beyond the superhero mold: The search for diversity in comic books." Students will have the opportunity to present on any topic related to diversity and have the chance to win one of two awards based on their poster. One by IPAGS and one by the IPA Academic Section. Attendees can choose to participate for the full day or just the events that most interest them. Lunch and attendance is free for IPA members, $5 for non-IPA students, and $10 for non-IPA professionals.

    Please RSVP by March 20th, 2018 to Celia Zanayed at czanayed@adler.edu. Students must submit an abstract to czanayed@adler.edu with the Subject line: Diversity Symposium Poster Abstract by March 10.

    Contact
    Celia Zanayed
    czanayed@adler.edu

  • Wednesday, April 11, 2018

  • Adlerian approach to trauma (+)

    12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    Webinar
    webinar Chicago, IL

    This webinar with Anthea Millar will address Adlerian understanding of trauma and Adlerian approaches to working with clients who have experienced trauma. Anthea has over 30 years post qualifying experience as a therapist, supervisor and trainer, having worked for many years in the NHS (GB), with Employee Assistance Programmes, educational and social service organizations as well as in her independent practice. Her Trumpington, Cambridge, practice draws on Humanistic/Adlerian Psychology, where encouragement, hope and a collaborative relationship is at its heart.

    Register online.

    Contact
    Marina Bluvshtein
    mbluvshtein@adler.edu
    312-662-4317

  • Thursday, April 12, 2018

  • Social Exclusion Simulation (+)

    5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    Communityy Hall

    Learn first-hand how social structures can operate as you are systematically blocked from access to rights, opportunities and resources such as employment, housing, healthcare and other social services. Please email Misty Brown at mbrown@adler.edu to register.

    Contact
    Misty Brown
    mbrown@adler.edu

  • Social Exclusion Simulation (+)

    5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    Community Hall

    Learn first-hand how social structures can operate as you are systematically blocked from access to rights, opportunities , and resources such as employment , housing, healthcare and other social services. To register for this event, please email Misty Brown at mbrown@adler.edu.

    Contact
    Misty Brown
    mbrown@adler.edu
    312.662.4022

  • Friday, May 04, 2018

  • Adlerian Play Therapy (+)

    9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Chicago Campus, Community Hall

    Adlerian play therapy is an evidence-based treatment, and one of the most engaging and immediately useful forms of therapeutic interventions suitable for clients of all ages. Dr. Terry Kottman will present this half-day hands-on Adlerian Play Therapy training for supervisors, clinicians, and students.

    RSVP information is forthcoming, but will be available soon. E-mail Dr. Marina Bluvshtein at mbluvshtein@adler.edu with any questions.

    Contact
    Marina Bluvshtein
    mbluvshtein@adler.edu
    312-662-4317

  • Friday, May 11, 2018

  • Adlerian psychology and transdiagnostic approach (+)

    7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    Webinar
    webinar Chicago, IL

    A group of CBT practitioners have identified several fundamental processes that seem to underlie numerous psychological disorders and then have proposed specific intervention strategies for these processes. This webinar with Dr. Rocky Garrison will be an overview to this transdiagnostic approach using perfectionism, worry, and rumination as examples of transdiagnostic processes.

    Register online.

    Contact
    Marina Bluvshtein
    mbluvshtein@adler.edu
    312-662-4317

  • Saturday, May 12, 2018

  • Essential, Nourishing, Soulful: Adler for 21st Cen (+)

    8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    Community Hall & Multiple Rooms

    This is a full day Adlerian training, with Dr. James Bitter and Dr. Hala Buck guest presenters. Two major topics will be addressed: Adler for 21st century and richness of Adlerian theory for contemporary cultures. Students, faculty, site supervisors, alumni, and community partners are invited.

    RSVP information coming soon.

    Contact
    Marina Bluvshtein
    mbluvshtein@adler.edu
    312-662-4317

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