The Adler Graduate School holds an Information Session for new and prospective students on the first Wednesday of every month at 6 pm. Faculty, staff and current students will be on-hand to answer all your questions about Adler programs and certificates.
In this workshop we will review recent research that updates Adler's belief in the early life story as a clue to identity and the way personal narratives shape identity, longing and desire in individuals. We'll discuss four pathways that lead to a larger, fulfilling life for people. You'll meet four tragic figures who embody our doubts, demons and distractions - those cravings and patterns that drain us of our unique strengths and identity. You'll also meet the neighbors who live next door, four superheroes, four archetypes who bring out the best in us and help us thrive.
This training seminar is designed for professionals interested in developing a better understanding of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) within clinical and forensic settings. Intervention strategies appropriate for individuals affected by FASD will be explored. Relevant research findings will be discussed throughout the training as well as practical implications this disorder has for mental health professionals. A portion of this training will examine practical applications of Adlerian Theory when working with families and individuals affected by FASD.