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Henry Stein Henry Stein is offline
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Default A New Distance Training Program: Classical Adlerian Brief Therapy

Distance training in Classical Adlerian Brief Therapy is now being offered by the Alfred Adler Institute of Northwestern Washington. Based on the original teachings and therapeutic style of Alfred Adler, and the innovative techniques of Anthony Bruck, who studied with Adler, this 18-month, mentor-oriented program leads to Certification, with options for including training in Career Assessment and Organizational Consulting. A unique blend of Socratic questioning and creative graphics provides efficient, time-saving strategies for the rapid resolution of many client difficulties.

Our mentors guide students through self-paced home study of selected books, published and unpublished articles, audio and video recordings, and weekly one-to-one telephone or Skype discussions. A personal study-analysis, case supervision, and a 3-day, experiential workshop ensure the effective fusion of theory and practice.

For additional information about distance training and Certification in Classical Adlerian Brief Therapy or Depth Psychotherapy, go to For further discussion, call me, Dr. Henry Stein, Director of the Alfred Adler Institute of Northwestern Washington, at (360) 647-5670.
Henry T. Stein, Ph.D,

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