Biography: - Dr. Marina Bluvshtein is a Director of the Center for Adlerian Practice and Scholarship (CAPS) and a faculty at Adler University, teaching Adlerian classes in Chicago, Vancouver, and online.
Marina is a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, providing clinical supervision and consultations. Dr. Bluvshtein is a NASAP Diplomate in Adlerian Psychology, an Associate Editor of the Journal of Individual Psychology, a faculty member at ICASSI, and a President of the International Association of Individual Psychology (IAIP). She is an author and an editor.
Her clinical and research interests are Early Recollections, therapeutic metaphors, women’s voices in psychology, and history of Individual Psychology. She is also interested in cognitive processes in dementing illnesses, cross-lingualism, and role of physics and calculus in understanding Adlerian psychology. When not busy with all the above matters, she likes to travel, and gardening.
Module A - Is Metamorphosis possible? Therapeutic power of metaphors
Module C - Self-care: Adlerian approach to professional burnout