“Early recollection and psychopathology: Adlerian psychotherapy” (personal/online)

Workshop: Early memories (RT) and psychopathology: Adlerian psychotherapy (in-person/online)

Date and time: Wednesday, May 8 and Thursday, May 9 from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. (Punctual)

Imparted by:

Dr. Marina Bluvshtein is a clinical psychologist and Adlerian psychotherapist. She is a professor and director of the Center for Adlerian Practice and Scholarship at Adler University of Chicago (USA) and the International Committee for Adlerian Summer Schools and Institutes (ICASSI).

She is president of the International Association of Individual Psychology (IAIP).

Total time load: 6 hours – Fee-based activity – Limited quotas – Delivery of Certificates – Credit 6 hours for the Uruguayan Certificate of Psychotherapies (CUP) of the Uruguayan Federation of Psychotherapies (FUPSI)

Aimed at: Psychologists – Psychiatrists – Advanced students of both careers

Registration: psychoterapias@centroadleriano.org – Telephones: 099 584 596 – 2412 86 50

Location: colonia 1852/407

Organized by: Center for Adlerian Studies – www.centroadleriano.org

Postgraduate Ceremony.

“Early recollection and psychopathology”, Marina Bluvshtein Ph.D. (USA)

The Center for Adlerian Studies has the honor of receiving the visit of the President of the International Association of Individual Psychology (IAIP) Marina Bluvshtein Ph.D. and professor at Adler University Chicago (USA), from May 4 to 11, 2023.

The expert in clinical psychology, Marina Bluvshtein Ph.D. will give a main lecture on Tuesday, May 7 in the Assembly Hall of the Faculty of Psychology of the University of the Republic (UdelaR). With simultaneous translation into Spanish and Uruguayan Sign Language (LSU). Free entry and open to the public. Certificates are delivered. Registration is done on the spot. It is recommended to stay: 15-20 min. before to reserve a place.

Academic coordination: Dr. Andrés Buschiazzo Figares (Adleriana Analyst and Supervisor)

Date and time: Tuesday, May 7 at 7:30 p.m. (Punctual)

Place: Assembly Hall, Faculty of Psychology of the University of the Republic (Tristán Narvaja, 1674)

Aimed at: psychologists, doctors, social workers, teachers, advanced students of related sciences and those interested in the subject.

Topics: Early memory as a psychotherapeutic technique – Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler – Psychopathology




Free entry – Certificates awarded – With simultaneous translation into Spanish and Uruguayan Sign Language (USL) interpretation

Organized by: Center for Adlerian Studies – IAIP Uruguay


Faculty of Psychology – University of the Republic (UdelaR)

Municipality of Montevideo (IM)

Declared of Ministerial Interest:

Ministry of Education and Culture (MEC)

Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MRREE)



Fundaments of Dept Adlerian Psychology

Authors: Yaír Hazán and Michael Titze


In the first part of the book, the authors explain the epistemological criteria that sustains Adlerian Psychology. The reader will obtain a general vision (or complete overview) of the theoretical fundaments for a “dept teleological psychology”. The affinity with other psychotherapeutic theories has been consistently remarked.
In the second part, they describe different aspects of Adlerian Psychoterapy. Thus the reader will be able to comprehend the specific terms of a teleological procedure. In the practical part, the reader will be acquainted with the methods of Teleological Psychotherapy, also known as Teleoanalisis (neologism created by Rudolf Dreikurs)
In short, this book presents the basic methodology of lifestyle analisis. You will find, thoroughly described, the phases of Adlerian Psychology, such as theming, early recollection, dream interpretation, and supporting self-confidence. The latter requires an integral method of therapeutic encouraging, related to the paradoxic function of humor. The performance of this essentially Adlerian procedure is showed through humordrama, a new technique specific for the treatment of Gelotophobia (fear to be ridicule as expression of the inferiority complex)
Therefore, this handbook can be considered a complete compendium of Adlerian Psychotherapy.