International Association of Individual Psychology (IAIP)
Association Internationale de la Psychologie Adlérienne (AIPA)
Internationale Vereinigung für Individualpsychologie (IVIP)
1930, on an official basis, the first local group having been set up in 1911, Vienna (Austria), and the organization itself having actually existed since 1922. Known until 1932 as International Society for Individual Psychology, when dissolved. Founded again under present title, 28 Jul 1954. Constitution adopted 1963, Paris (France). Constitution revised 1996, Oxford (UK).
Coordinate and integrate internationally all efforts toward developing and promulgating the individual psychology of Alfred Adler.
Events2021-07-11 – New forms of social psychopathology - Adlerian approach to prevention and healing
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Delegate Conference (every 3 years). Board. Sections (5): Therapy; Counselling; Psychotherapy of Children and Adolescent; Education and Pedagogics; Theory and Research.
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