Adler Graduate School is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Since 1967, Adler Graduate School (AGS) has taken the ideas of Individual Psychology by Alfred Adler's Individual Psychology and applied them to families teachers and community members, with a goal to inspire healthy change, and contribute to making the world a better place. Today we offer offer a Master of Art Degree in Counseling with concentrations in clinical mental health, marriage couples and family counseling, co-occurring and addiction counseling; school counseling, art therapy. In addition a Master of Arts Degree in Leadership Development, led by experienced practitioners to educate and place aspiring mental health and human service leaders in the diverse communities they service. Making the world a better place.
We take an Adlerian strength based approach to counseling nd leadership - meaning that we believe a healthy life is derived from the ability to cooperate, collaborate, and contribute to the community. Social Interest, rather than self-interest, promotes a healthy lifestyle and a healthier world.
This fund supports educational innovation and academic excellence. This might include: innovation in online education and technology, tele-counseling, supervised mental health services in communities of need, or an Adlerian Scholar in Residence.
This fund supports AGS students with tuition scholarship discounts with our community partners. Supports students who plan on long-term community service as a role in their career.
A fund to support the ongoing improvement of the physical facility creating an Adlerian Center, open to scholarship, networking and education, at 10225 Yellow Circle Drive Minnetonka Minnesota 55343.
A fund to support the ongoing needs of Adler Graduate School as determined by the President.
Family Counseling Fund
A fund to support the expansion and continuous improvement of Adler Graduate School.