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Ontario Society of Adlerian Psychology

Gemeinschaftsgefuhl ~ Advancing Adlerian Psychology in Ontario Through Social Interest, Sense of Belonging, Community Feeling and Equality


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October 3, 2020 | VIRTUAL

Celebrating Belonging and Connectedness

We invite you to attend this year's conference as we continue to advance Adlerian Psychology in Ontario through Belonging and Connectedness. The conference give attendees the opportunity to celebrate a sense of belonging, community feeling, connectedness, encouragement and cooperation in our society.  Adler believed that each individual has the goal of belonging and feeling significant; as well as the need to connect with others which helps us contribute to our community and society.  This conference is for EVERYONE!  Are you a child and youth worker, psychotherapist, marriage and family therapist, counsellor, social worker, student, parent educator, teacher, coach, parent or psychologist - then this conference is for YOU!



When you become a member of ONSAP, you attend the conference for FREE.

ONSAP MEMBER - FREE                     NON-MEMBER - $50.00

Registration Ends at 11:59PM on Wednesday, September 30, 2020



Brenda Restoule, Ph.D.

Dr. Brenda M. Restoule (Waub Zhe Kwens) is from Dokis First Nation (Ojibwa) and the Eagle Clan.  She is a registered clinical psychologist. Dr. Restoule is the Chief Executive Officer of the First Peoples Wellness Circle, an Indigenous led national organization dedicated to raising the profile of Indigenous mental wellness using Indigenous knowledge and evidence. Her work spans providing clinical and consulting services to First Nations communities in Anishinabek territory to consultation with provincial and federal governments on Indigenous mental wellness to an invited trainer/speaker in authoring book chapters and training manuals. 

Evan Ripley-McNeil

Evan Ripley-McNeil, B.A. (Hon) Psychology

Evan Ripley-McNeil is a recent graduate and student from the Dept. of Psychology at the University of Windsor. Originally from Chatham, Ontario, Evan is entering his first year in the Applied Social Psychology M.A./PhD program. Championing the positive aspects of personality and behaviour, Evan strives to make a heartening impact on the world, directing his research toward elements of social life that improve the health and well-being of the global community. Evan has been involved in various mental health initiatives and committees, aspiring to improve his own wellness while promoting that of others.

Bengu Erguner-Tekinalp

Bengu Erguner-Tekinalp, Ph.D.

Bengü Ergüner-Tekinalp, PhD, is a professor of Counseling, co-chair of Leadership & Counseling department, and program coordinator of Counselor Education Program at Drake University. She has the certificate of Adlerian studies, is a Licensed School Counselor, Certified Workplace Mindfulness Facilitator and Certified Laughter Yoga Leader and serves at NASAP COR as the co-chair of TRT section. Her research interests are Adlerian and humanistic theory and therapy, mindfulness and contemplative practices, positive psychology and multicultural counseling, and social justice.


Pascale Brady

Pascale Brady, M.B.A.

Pascale Brady (CPCC, PCC, MBA), founder and President of Global Life Coaching LLC, is The Challenge Coach ©. Pascale is a Professional Certified life and business Coach, a consultant and a trainer/speaker with 30 years of professional experience, both in the corporate world and as an entrepreneur. She is French, German and American and works fluently in all three languages. 


Marion Balla

Marion Balla, M.S.W.

Marion Balla, M.Ed., M.S.W., R.S.W. is a senior Adlerian therapist, educator and consultant.  She is a faculty member of the Adler Graduate Professional School in Toronto, Ontario. Marion is a NASAP Diplomate of Adlerian Psychology. She has presented extensively on Adlerian psychology across North America and Europe. She is president of the Adlerian Counselling and Consulting Group in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.



A certificate of attendance for professional development continuing education hours can be given for a fee of $5.00. Your certificate will be emailed to you 2-3 weeks after the conference.  This certificate may be used to qualify for eligibility for continuing education credits when submitted to your professional college or association.


October 3, 2020 | 4:30PM



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