IAIP

To Member Organizations of the International Association of Individual Psychology (IAIP)
November 24, 2021
Dear Colleagues,
As this year draws to a close, we hope that this letter find’s you are everyone in your lives safe and hopeful.


We are writing to you with an update on the IAIP Board current activities and future plans. As promised, we will stay connected with you, and these regular updates will be one way of staying in touch.
The Board met for its regular meeting on November 24, with many useful agenda items and tasks to accomplish.
At this time, we are near completion of a smooth and thorough transition of the IAIP Board operations to a new Board. Michaela Stacher-Linhart has completed the new IAIP Board registration with the Austrian authorities and is almost done with setting up our bank account. Soon, you will hear from us with a reminder about annual dues, and minor changes in how the dues will be processed.
We continue working on website optimization. Soon you will see some new visual images on our homepage and more. While on this topic, please keep updating us on the events and other news (such as new publications, books, etc.) that your organization plans to have or just have had. We would like our website “News” tab to be speaking in your voices. Just send me a brief (100 words maximum) description, and/or an image, a weblink if any – and we will get it to our website. Updates will be made monthly.
Related, please see our social media presence to stay connected with us and between member organizations. Help us to help you in promoting your activities, and in bringing Individual Psychology to a www. Just tag us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram @InternationalAssociationofIndividualPsychology and we will share your news.


If you would like IAIP Board special greeting (text or video for now) at any of your event, please let us know. We want your local Adlerian communities to know that you are a member of the oldest international Adlerian organization.
Led by Giansecondo Mazzoli, we are planning the 2022 IAIP conference built by and around the section(s) work. Stay tuned for our January update on dates and the ways to participate.
We are corresponding with our German colleagues at DGIP in preparation for the 29th Congress in Cologne in 2024.
Your new annual report request form that will come to you in a few weeks will contain a new item asking you to share with us how you want us to support you. Please complete that section. We want to hear your voices, to know how you are doing and how we can support you.
We continue building the new IAIP Board team, and this teamwork, with a spirit of cooperation and consensus building, remains one of our top priorities.
You can write to all four of us at info@adler-iaip.net or to any one of us individually if you want. As a team we will take time to discuss any of your feedback – in writing, or in a video meeting. We also hope to see all of you in person soon!
Please share this letter with members of your organization too.
Sincerely,


IAIP President Marina Bluvshtein, PhD (USA) Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist NASAP Diplomate in Adlerian Psychology Assistant Professor & Director, Center for Adlerian Practice and Scholarship, Adler University


IAIP Vice President Prof. Dr. Ursula Oberst (Spain)
General Health Psychologist (certified) and Adlerian Psychotherapist
President of Spanish Association of Adlerian Psychology – A.E.P.A
Psychology Professor at Ramon Llull University Barcelona


IAIP Secretary General Dr. Giansecondo Mazzoli (Italy)
Adlerian Psychoanalyst and Supervisor
President of Italian Society of Individual Psychology


IAIP Treasurer Michaela Stacher-Linhart, MA (Austria)
Clinical Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Adlerian Psychoanalyst
Board member of the Austrian Society of Individual Psychology

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