THE NASAP DIPLOMATE IN ADLERIAN PSYCHOLOGY 

The Diplomate in Adlerian Psychology is the highest professional recognition offered by The North American Society of Adlerian Psychology to its members. The Diplomate in Adlerian Psychology is awarded to those NASAP members who demonstrate the highest level of professional accomplishment in and contribution to Adlerian Psychology through the many fields in which it is applied; counseling and psychotherapy, clinical practice, education, parent education, theory and research and organizational leadership. Diplomate status is conditioned upon maintaining active membership. 

The following people have achieved the level of Diplomate in the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology


Alexandra Adler* Eva Dreikurs Ferguson Gary McKay
Hamid Alizadeh Michele Frey Joyce McKay
Heniz L. Ansbacher* Jane Griffith Cameron Meredith*
Marion Balla Rob Guttenberg Al Milliren
Roger Ballou Timothy Hartshorne Edna Nash*
Robert Bartholow* Clair Hawes* Jane Nelsen
Susan Belangee Riki Intner John F. Newbauer
Betty Lou Bettner Leigh Johnson-Migalski Paul Peluso
Marina Bluvshtein Roy Kern Robert L. Powers*
James Bitter Richard R. Kopp* William J. Premo
Roseanne Boldt Becky LaFountain Paul Rasmussen
Jon Carlson* James Little Mary F. Schneider
Oscar Christensen* Lynn Lott Jon Sperry
Ramona Covrig Guy Manaster* Steven J. Stein*
William Curlette Erik Mansager Richard E. Watts
Daniel Eckstein* Edward Mel Markowski Wes Wingett
Barbara Fairfield Steven Maybell Julia Yang
 Robert McBrien Daniel Williamson

 Jennifer Nivin Williamson

*deceased

Click here to see the Criteria and Application Process for Diplomate