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Coalition expands opportunities for higher education in Illinois prisons


Stories | 11.14.22

Living Adlerian theory: Student shares experience from international summer school program

Duemler shares some of the highlights from her time at ICASSI’s international summer school program and why others should consider going next summer.

Stories | 10.04.22

Making meaningful connections — despite the pandemic

Flavia Silveira found many of those connections as a student leader with Adler Vancouver Pride Association.

Stories | 09.29.22

Breaking the bystander effect: How we can help the revolution started by Mahsa Amini

Mahsa Amini was a 22-year-old Iranian Kurdish woman who was murdered on Sept. 16 by the “morality police” of Iran, which accused her of violating its strict dress codes.

Stories | 09.19.22

Serving others through mental health advocacy in British Columbia

As a child, William Nicholls-Allison was very social and eager to help others.

Stories | 07.20.21

Navigating Through Life Transitions with Hope, Community, and Resilience

Tricia-Kay Williams, M.A. ’18, a registered clinical counselor and owner of Metamorphose Counseling, created the Meta Transitions interview series and podcast to share honest and open conversations, tips, and hope for resilience and transformation.

Stories | 07.13.21

Helping Promote Access to Mental Health Supports Within the South Asian Community

Navreen Kaur, a Vancouver Campus student in the Master of Counselling Psychology: School and Youth Concentration, completed her clinical practicum at Moving Forward Family Services as an intern counsellor for children and youth. Moving Forward Family Services is working towards empowering underserved communities through accessible mental health services.   

Stories | 05.06.21

Promoting Health Equity, Wellness, and Empowerment of Black Women

Vancouver Campus graduate Octavia Sampson, MCP ‘20, recently co-founded Afya Collective, a community organization to promote and advocate for the mental, social, spiritual, and physical health of Black women in Canada.

Stories | 04.21.21

The SJP Experience: Helping Promote an Inclusive Mental Health Community

Olivia Kornelsen, a Vancouver Campus student in the Master of Counselling Psychology program, is working with Myiesha, Inc. to advance inclusivity and diversity in the mental health field by working with people from around the world to showcase their voices, skills, and talents.  

Stories | 01.19.21

Finding a Place in the World Through Adlerian Concepts 

Vancouver Campus graduate Joe Ramirez, MCP ’12, is a Certified Adlerian Psychotherapist and owner and Principal Counsellor of Clear Counselling. Ramirez shares his personal experience of how he found belonging through community involvement and Adlerian principles.

Stories | 11.16.20

Coping with the Trauma and Stress of Racial Injustice

Tricia-Kay Williams, M.A. ’18, recently welcomed Vancouver Campus Adjunct Faculty Samar Shata, M.A. ’12, to her Meta Transitions videos series to discuss the Black Lives Matter movement and systemic racism, and to offer advice for self-care.

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