This class will explain the most current explanation of this neurological condition. Statistics regarding ADHD and co-occurring conditions will be discussed. Participants will learn how to screen for ADHD, how to get a quality assessment and an overall view of what constitutes best treatment. It is highly recommended that anyone taking other ADHD classes coming up take this class. A screening checklist will be provided to participants.
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.
A series of four workshops with Catherine Reid Day, MA
In this series of four 2.5 hour workshops we will review recent research that updates psychologist Alfred 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.Each of us serves as the author and editor of our life story. Our core task is to unlock and claim our true identity so we can live from our largest self. When we do, we make the greatest difference for ourselves and for humanity.
This training seminar is designed for professionals interested in developing a better understanding of Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) within clinical and forensic settings. Relevant research findings will be discussed throughout the training. A portion of this training will examine practical applications of Adlerian Theory when working with families and individuals affected by trauma and PTSD. Other topics of discussion will include the impact trauma and PTSD has on emotional and behavioral health, substance misuse, self-injurious and suicidal behaviors, and criminality.
Come and explore how to use focused interventions for assessment, treatment, and getting out "stuck places" in your play therapy practice with anxious children and teens. You will be able to use the techniques presented for deepening your understanding of client issues as part of the conceptualization process, for helping clients understand their issues and relationships more clearly, and for helping clients resolve problems and move forward with their lives.
This training seminar is designed for professionals interested in developing a better understanding of Attachment Theory (AT) within clinical and forensic settings. Relevant research findings will be discussed throughout the training. A portion of this training will examine practical applications of AT when working with families and individuals from various cultural groups as well as law enforcement and judicial settings.