Adlerpedia is a site for all things Adlerian. It provides information on Adlerian approaches and their application and serves as a forum to engage Adlerians around the world. It was created by Dr. Jay Colker and Dr. Jon Carlson, is sponsored by the University's Center for Adlerian Practice and Scholarship, and is supported by the University and outside donors.
Alfred Adler Institutes of Northwestern Washington, http://www.adlerian.us, includes full text articles and reference materials on Classical Adlerian Depth Psychotherapy (CADP), biographical information on Alfred Adler and early Adlerians, and current Adlerian articles authored by Henry Stein, Erik Mansager, and others.
International Association of Individual Psychology (IAIP), https://adler-iaip.net/ is an organization dedicated to keeping individual psychology alive in Europe. Its website includes information on the European perspective on the history and theory of Adler's Individual Psychology and an introduction to the theory by Manaster and Corsini.
International Committee of Adlerian Summer Schools and Institutes (ICASSI), www.icassi.net has registration information on the summer institutes, links to Adlerian organizations around the world, and Adlerian webinars videos, including Eva Dreikurs Ferguson on parenting.
North American Society of Adlerian Psychology (NASAP), https://www.alfredadler.org/, is the largest Adlerian organization in the US and Canada. NASAP publishes the Journal of Individual Psychology, which is available through the Adler University Library. The NASAP website provides some full text articles on its website as well as an Adlerian resource book, NASAP newsletters, and conference proceedings.
Rob Guttenberg “Adlerian Psychology and the Uses of Music”, keynote address from the 2015 South Carolina Conference of Adlerian Psychology.
One of only a few available video recordings of Alfred Adler, Vienna, 1929