AEDP training utilizes a three-pronged method to engage both left and right brain, as well as mind and heart, in your learning of AEDP. Our courses have opportunities for (i) didactic presentations, (ii) teaching from clinical videotapes and (iii) experiential exercises, with the proportion of time spent in each varying based on the course material and learning objectives. Clinicians emerge from AEDP training and supervision with a theoretical understanding of AEDP’s healing-oriented transformational theory, a felt sense of how AEDP is practiced, and, over time, a large repertoire of specific skills for the embodied clinical practice of AEDP.
Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy is a comprehensive, integrative theoretical and clinical model. It is rigorous, unique, and effective. To be eligible for AEDP Certification, clinicians must demonstrate mastery of the theoretical model, proficiency in applying AEDP interventions to diverse clinical populations, and an overall understanding and commitment to the AEDP mission, ethos and values. The clinician can apply for certification at the recommendation of his or her AEDP supervisor.
Mar 18, 2018 – Los Angeles, CA 90095,
The 2018 Annual Interpersonal Neurobiology Conference
Diana Fosha, PhD
Mar 25, 2018 – New York, NY
Working with High Anxiety/ Under-Regulation & High Defense/ Over-Regulation: Two Different Approaches for Transforming Resistance
Steve Shapiro, PhD
Apr 6, 2018 – Lexington, MA
To Say What Couldn’t Be Said, To Heal What Needs Healing: The Use of Portrayals to Transform Trauma & Self in AEDP
SueAnne Piliero, PhD and Diana Fosha, PhD