Social Justice/Civil Rights
In this presentation, Dr. Fitzgerald suggests that those who follow the guiding philosophy of Alfred Adler are in a position to make changes in the world. He discusses how Adlerian theory and principles can be applied to social justice issues and community health. In particular, he highlights the principles of equality, community, and social interest. These principles are placed within the context of the sociopolitical context of today.
Video Length: 54:23
Hallie M. Williams Sr is a graduate of Adler Graduate School in Minnetonka, MN.
Hallie’s main focus and passion surround trauma and mental illness as it pertains to at-risk youth and their families and the trauma surrounding US veterans. Hallie is also interested in the dissonance experienced by young people from mixed families.
Hallie is been involved with many non-profits. Hallie has served as Executive Director of Squared Away Youth, a non-profit designed to use sports as a cohesive agent while facilitating the delivery of services to young people that will better allow them to be more successful in life. Hallie has also served as the primary facilitator of the Juvenile Detention Alternative Initiative, a program designed to be an alternative to juvenile detention.
Hallie has been published in the Journal of Individual Psychology, (vol. 1, no. 3, 2008, pp. 503-509, “The Internet and Religion,”) and has presented several presentations and workshops to include:
Special Interest Presentation—“Social Justice and the Clinical Practice,” International Committee of Adlerian Summer Schools and Institutes; Bonn, Germany.
Presentation—“Adler and Social Justice,” South Carolina Society of Adlerian Psychology, Myrtle Beach, SC.
Workshop—“Gangs and Social Interest,” Western Kentucky University.
Hallie is originally from Savannah, Ga but currently lives in St. Paul, MN. Hallie’s free time is spent on family, fitness, and friends.
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