Sonia’s journey in Adlerian Psychology started when she enrolled her first son into Kinderschool Adlerian Nursery School almost 16 years ago. The school requirement is that each parent takes their parenting course which happens to be completely based on Children: the Challenge by Rudolf Dreikurs. Parenting the Adlerian way made a lot of sense, and Sonia continued down the path of Parent Education and Classroom Facilitator through Positive Discipline; Coaching Certificates with Adler School in Toronto; completing her MA with Adler School Minnesota; currently working on Play Therapy Diploma with Play Therapy International. Sonia thoroughly enjoys supporting children, parents, athletes, and coaches under the amazing Adlerian umbrella.
Bullying & Cyberbullying – Don’t make it worse!
Bullying and Cyberbullying are still big issues in many schools. Numerous affected students don't get help because they fear the bullying situation could become worse.
In this webinar, we will see why the way of intervention is essential with bullying and cyberbullying and how the holistic approach can help to reduce bullying drastically.
Schläpfer, Christelle, MA of Arts, former high school teacher, Adlerian Counsellor, Educator and Lecturer, Head of edufamily® - education & counseling for schools & families.
This webinar focuses specifically on sensory challenges faced by those dealing self-quarantine, isolation, limited visitation, and other environmental changes related to COVID-19. Participants learn about the challenges, neurocognitive nature of the challenges, and the creative ways to overcome them. The webinar is appropriate for adults of of all educational and occupational backgrounds. Presenters - Marina Bluvshtein, PhD, Director of the center for Adlerian Practice and Scholarship, Adler University, Chicago, IL and Noah DeBruyn, PsyD student, Adler University, Chicago, IL