AdlerPedia provides free and open access to information on Adlerian approaches and their application and a forum to engage other Adlerians world-wide in pursuit of common goals.
Take a 10 minute tour of AdlerPedia.org.
- Access, download, or add information on basic and advanced concepts
- Engage other professionals in discussions to further enhance your skills
- Learn about Adlerian research and suggest topics as well
- Understand Adler’s influence on current philosophies of psychology
- Learn more about past and current Adlerians and their work
- Access a searchable bibliography of Adlerian published works
How Individuals Can Contribute
- Add information
- Pose or answer questions
- Share your research ideas and interests
- Contribute information on Adler’s influence
- Suggest biographical information of interest
- Donate collections of materials that may otherwise be lost.
- The Center will create a digital copy of materials that can be free of copyright restrictions and add them to AdlerPedia.com. The Center will then forward physical materials to the Cummings Center for the History of Psychology at the University of Akron for inclusion in its archives.
- Contact Dr. Jay Colker (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information
- Set up your own People page so others can learn about your work as an Adlerian
- Add information on your Adlerian-oriented organization, business, and association so that others can learn more about areas of focus.
- Use AdlerPedia.org for student assignments
- Encourage students to participate in current discussions
- Give additional credit for students to add information to the database
Dr. Jay Colker, Director, Center for Adlerian Practice and Scholarship, Adler University, email@example.com, 312-213-3421
Dr. Jon Carlson, Distinguished Professor, Adler University, 414-801-7942
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Dr. Jay Colker
Dr. Jon Carlson
Sarah Moses: (Psy.D. student & Project Manager)
Special recognition to Jane Griffith for allowing use of materials from Griffith, J., & Powers, R. L. (2007). The Lexicon of Adlerian Psychology: 106 terms Associated with the Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler (2nd ed.). Port Townsend, WA: Adlerian Psychology Associates.
Adler University students who contributed on the project:
Colleen Monn (Psy.D. Program)
Ashley Wisniewski (Psy.D. Program)
A special thanks to the artists who contributed:
Cara Fisher-Wellvang (Art Therapy Program)
Gina Crovetti (Art Therapy Program)
Valentina Saffron Lopez (Art Therapy Program)