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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


Welcome to the Ontario Society of Adlerian Psychology

The Ontario Society of Adlerian Psychology (ONSAP) is interested in encouraging and promoting the principles of Adlerian principles in daily living. We aim to lead by example with community harmony through initiatives that facilitate effective parenting, counselling, teaching and community development based on the principles of mutual respect, cooperation, encouragement and social interest.  We are an affiliate of the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology (NASAP).


The Ontario Society of Adlerian Psychology is an organization dedicated to furthering the understanding and application of Adlerian Psychology (also called Individual Psychology) based on the work of Alfred Adler.


The purpose of the Ontario Society of Adlerian Psychology shall be to educate the public and mental health professionals by offering conferences, workshops and teleconferences about Adlerian Psychology and its various implications and uses in everyday life.


Helping people feel encouraged, a sense of belonging and community feeling with equality and mutual respect.

Core Values

Belonging: Creating a culture where everyone feels that they belong
Community: Building communities through partnership and collaboration
Connections: Cultivating strong relationships
Diversity: Acting with openness, mutual respect and challenging inequality
Encouragement: Encouraging others and the courage to be imperfect


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Seeking volunteers (Board of Directors and Committees) with experience in fundraising, governance, marketing, social media. Contact Charmaine at 416.258.8441 for more information.

Trust Only Movement Walkathon; June 1-August 31, 2020.  Walk on your own and send us a picture to post on social media.

ONSAP's First Read-A-Thon; March 1-August 31, 2020.  Promote reading and raise funds for ONSAP. Go to Current Events for more details.


We are still accepting submissions for the next edition of our Connections Magazine. The theme is Trauma and Resiliency.  We will also accept articles not related to this theme. Happy Writing!


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Brampton, Ontario L6X 0Z9

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