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MODALITY-SPECIFIC PROGRAM IN ADLERIAN
INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY CERTIFICATE

This program may be taken for credit to fulfill Modality-Specific competencies required for CRPO
membership as a Registered Psychotherapist or as electives in the Master of Psychol- ogy program.
It may also be taken as a series of noncredit workshops in the Faculty of Applied Learning. Adlerian
Integrative Psychotherapy is based on the Adlerian approach of Individual Psychology, emphasizing the uniqueness and creativity of the individual. It is designed for those specializing in Adlerian Psycho- therapy and its many related modalities and practices and is reviewed and updated annually to fulfill the modality-specific requirements of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.

CRPO registration requires education and training in competencies required of any psychotherapist, and in some cases of any regulated health professional in Ontario. Extensive training and education in a specific modality, at least one of many recognized in Ontario, is also a key requirement, along with development of what CRPO has labeled “safe and effective use of self (SEUS).” Depending on the modality, SEUS development may be accomplished by the student therapist’s own psychotherapy, by a self-reflective process in supervision, or by other means.

Adler Faculty of Psychotherapy is collaborating with members of the Alliance of Psychotherapy Training Institutions, whose 25 members include most recognized psychotherapy modalities, to provide students with both general back- ground and a choice of modality- specific training. Students may come to the Competency-Based Psycho- therapy program already committed to a specific psychotherapy modality, including Adlerian Psychotherapy, Adler Trauma Psychotherapy, or one of the modalities offered by other APTI institutions (visit http://www.apti.ca for a list and contact information).

If you know you want to be a psychotherapist but have not yet decided on a modality, Course PTH561-2-3 is a monthly, three-hour opportunity to acquaint yourself with the benefits and limitations of major modalities, as presented by faculty members from major APTI institutions.


Program Overview

Viennese psychiatrist Alfred Adler (1870– 1937) developed a theory and method of psychotherapy that provided a basis or a stimulus for many current psychotherapy approaches and modalities. Ego- oriented psychodynamic, cognitive- behavioural, existential, humanistic, constructivist, solution-focused, group, family and community psychology, as well as the professions of coaching and consulting, can trace many of their concepts to Adler’s social, teleological, idiographic, positive, holistic ideas. He called his approach “Individual Psychology” to emphasize the uniqueness and creativity of individuals. Today, this is also referred to as Adlerian Psychotherapy and Counselling.

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