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WHY ADLER

Adler is a pioneer in the field of graduate psychology in Canada, as the first private institution in the country to offer graduate degree-level programs in Psychology.  

Adler's Master of Psychology (M. Psy) degree program is designed to prepare students looking to offer psychological services in either counselling or clinical settings. As a professional degree, it encompasses a greater focus on practice than one found in typical university research- and theory-driven programs. Our courses are structured to meet the College of Psychology’s educational requirements for membership as a Psychological Associate.

As a micro-targeted institution, we are able to offer a greater focus on students’ individual needs and their professional development.  Our faculty members are all practicing clinicians, who bring to the classroom their real world experiences and most up-to-date knowledge in their profession.

Class sizes are small, offering an intimate learning environment.  We also offer many class options on weekends and evenings, allowing students the opportunity to continue their current work/family obligations while they pursue their degree.

Additionally unique to ADLER, our Transitional Equivalency Program allows students who may not currently possess the full academic requirements needed for the M.Psy degree the opportunity to earn a graduate degree in psychology.

Ministerial Consent

Pursuant to the Post-secondary Education Choice and Excellence Act, 2000, Adler Graduate Professional School has been granted consent by the Ontario Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities to offer a Master of Psychology degree. The consent process requires a thorough review similar to what is called “regional accreditation” in the United States or various quality assurance procedures in other jurisdictions.  In Ontario, the term “accreditation” applies to designations by professional bodies.

*This program is offered under the written consent of the Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development for the period from August 8th, 2017 to August 8th, 2022.  Prospective students are responsible for satisfying themselves that the program and the degree will be appropriate to their needs (e.g., acceptable to potential employers, professional licensing bodies or other educational institutions)    http://www.peqab.ca/

"In my experiences with both theTransitional Equivalency and Master of Psychology program, I have found the faculty at ADLER to be  warm, engaging and always willing to help. Returning to school after several years in the professional field was a challenge, as was getting my head around student life! From the first phone call I made to the school I have encountered people who have helped me make the transition a seamless one. My professors have been engaging and passionate about their own work, which translates into their work in the classroom and in turn enhanced my excitement to enter the field of psychology. Adlerian philosophy embraces community and learning, which is inherently apparent the moment you walk through the doors of ADLER.” Cydney Lebovitz, MPsy, 2015

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MASTER OF PSYCHOLOGY DEGREE
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