|University Motto||Empowering & Developing Mental Health & Human Service Professionals|
|President||Jeffrey Allen, PhD, LISW|
|Year of establishment||1967|
|Address||1550 East 78th Street Richfield, MN 55423|
|Phone||612-861-7554 | Fax: 612-861-7559|
Adler Graduate School
The Adler Graduate School has a distinguished history in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area. Through the encouragement and support of internationally known psychiatrist Dr. Rudolf Dreikurs, the institution was initially founded in 1967 as the Minnesota Adlerian Society. It began in the Twin Cities as a small movement to present Adlerian concepts to the regional community. Among its initial founders were Bob Bartholow, Susan Pye Brokaw, Bill and Mim Pew, and Bob Willhite. They worked directly under Dreikurs' tutelage.By 1969, the new Society experienced broad public exposure, broad participation, and enthusiastic volunteerism. Programs were offered to individuals, couples, and families at numerous locations around Minneapolis and St. Paul. Concurrently, an Adlerian teaching institute was created as part of the Society. This was started by a group of professionals dedicated to teaching the practice of Alfred Adler's Individual Psychology.
The Adler Graduate School is a Public university located in Richfield.
The Adler Graduate School was founded in 1967.
The current president of Adler Graduate School is Jeffrey Allen, PhD, LISW.
For graduate school, you will find here 1 master’s degrees combining online and on-campus programs.
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