ISIP is excited to announce our first ever virtual Conference!

“Practical Adlerian Approaches to Trauma Throughout the Lifespan”

Due to COVID-19 the 2021 Annual Conference will be offered on Zoom.

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This year we are planning some exciting changes to our annual conference. We will have two presenters covering topics that are extremely pertinent to our current reality. We are excited to have Anthea Millar teaching us about Trauma in her presentation titled "Healing Trauma through Connection: an Adlerian Integrative perspective". Anthea will join us via Zoom from England. We would also like to announce that we will have Jody Malterre presenting at the conference! Jody will instruct us on "Practical Adlerian Skills for Counselors, Parents and Teachers".

Conference Speakers: Anthea Millar MA, MBACP, UKRC, Dip. IIP and Jody Malterre MAEd

Anthea Millar MA, MBACP (Senior Accredited), UKRC, Dip. IIP

Anthea Millar is a UK based Adlerian psychotherapist, trainer, and supervisor/supervisor educator, with 38 years’ experience of working in the National Health Service, with EAPs, and numerous educational and charitable agencies. Anthea founded the Adlerian Counselling Diploma training in Cambridge over 30 years ago and has been invited to provide training in both the UK and internationally including Eastern Europe, Greece, Israel, Malta, Canada, Germany, the USA and Malaysia.A first career as a speech and language pathologist, when she specialized in neurological trauma, set the scene for her interest in psychological as well as physical trauma, for which she has undergone many longer specialized trainings. Anthea is a Vice–President of the Adlerian Society of the UK, on the faculty and board of ICASSI, and a founder and director of Cambridge Supervision Training. She is co-author of ‘Practical Supervision: How to become a Supervisor for the Helping Professions’ and has also written many other chapters and articles on trauma, supervision and Adlerian psychology.

Jody Malterre MAEd

Jody has over 30 years’ experience in education as a teacher, administrator, and consultant.   She was the owner/administrator of three Montessori schools in Idaho for 18 years.  This experience led her to her work at Westminster College in Utah as a Montessori Teacher Trainer.Jody “found” Adler when she took her first parenting class from her mother-in-law while reading Children the Challenge.  She was sold on the concepts immediately and was inspired to become a Positive Discipline facilitator.  Currently, Jody is a Positive Discipline trainer for parents, teachers, early childhood educators, and professionals.  Because she knows social interest is at the heart of being an Adlerian, she serves as the Co-Chair of the Positive Discipline Association and as a Co-Chair of the Educators Section of North American Society of Adlerian Psychology.  Additionally, Jody is an active member of ISIP and holds a certificate in Adlerian Studies.Jody’s work has taken her around the world as a trainer, consultant, and coach.  Her favorite moments, however, are found in Boise where she lives with her husband, dog, and enjoy visits from her college daughters.

CLICK HERE To Register for the 2021 ISIP Conference

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Credits for Conference

  • Opportunity for 14 Hours of CE, including 3 hours of Ethics (See Brochure for more information)
  • Graduate CE credit from Northwest Nazarene University (See Brochure for more information)

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*Idaho Society of Individual Psychology is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for the events that meet NBCC requirements.  ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program.  NBCC Provider #: 6525