1870 – Adler was born in Rudolfsheim, Vienna, Austria on February 7.
1888 – Studied at the University of University of Vienna Medical School.
1895 – Received his M.D. degree at the University of Vienna and begun practicing in medicine.
1897 – Married Raissa Timofeivna Epstien.
1898 – Published two articles and wrote his first book which deals with the health conditions of tailors.
1901 – Adler’s second child Alexandra was born.
1902 – Published two more articles in the "Medical News Bulletin" and begun collecting materials on patients with physical handicaps, studied their organic and psychological reactions.
1904 – Published "The Physicians as Educator" which is about how he expressed his early interest in child guidance and education.
1907 – Published his book on organ inferiority and its compensation.
1909 – Adler’s daughter Cornelia was born.
1910 – Became the President of the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society.
1911 – Adler and his followers left the Psychoanalytic Society and developed the system of individual psychology, a holistic, humanistic and therapeutic approach.
1912 – Published his book "The Neurotic Constitution".
1918 – Founded several child guidance clinics in Vienna.
1926 – Adler was invited to a lecture at Columbia University.
1932 – Adler held the first chair of visiting the professor of the medical psychology at Long Island College of Medicine.
1935 – Adler’s family moved to the states and joined him.
1937 – Died of a heart failure on May 28.