Rob Guttenberg, M.A.
Counseling Psychology, LCPC
Diplomate, North American Society of Adlerian Psychology
Director of Parenting Education/Youth and Family Counselor at the YMCA Youth and Family Services in Silver Spring, Maryland
Rob has over 30 years of experience as an Adlerian child guidance specialist. He is a performing songwriter and has served on the faculty of the International Committee of Adlerian Summer Schools and Institutes (ICASSI) for five years. Rob is the author of ‘Funtastic Adlerian Techniques for Change’, and ‘The Parent as Cheerleader’. He is the current President for the Mid-Atlantic Adlerian Psychology Society (MAPS), and is a co-chair of the NASAP Family Education Section along with Beverley Cathcourt-Ross.
Workshops Presented by Rob Guttenberg, Diplomate, North American Society of Adlerian Psychology
- Adlerian Parent Study Group Leadership Training
- Disability Education, Awareness and Advocacy
- No More Civil Wars 12-year Follow-up Video Project on Adlerian Family Meetings
- Adlerian Psychology and the Uses of Music
- Mini-lifestyle Assessment: Two Points of a Line
- The How To’s of Developing Effective Natural and Logical Consequences
- Counseling Adolescents and their Families
Guttenberg, R. (March/June 1981). "Birth of a Family": Technique for Staging Life-Styles. Individual Psychologist, 18(1-2).
Guttenberg, R. (1992). The parent as cheerleader. Gaithersburg, MD: Rob-Job.
Guttenberg, R. (2011). Funtastic Adlerian techniques for change. Gaithersburg, MD: Rob-Job.
Guttenberg, R. & Marion, Gordon-Rosen. (2013). "So, where does it hurt?": An Adlerian dialogue on pain. Journal of Individual Psychology, 69(2)