Upcoming AEDP Events:
Anthony Matthews LCSW and Penelope Young Andrade LCSW are pleased to invite you to join us for a special viewing of the video, “Using AEDP to Overcome Shame and Heal Attachment Trauma with Gay and Straight Men” by AEDP faculty Benjamin Lipton LCSW and Ben Medley LCSW.
This training video will show how men use defensive strategies like denial and dissociation to conceal shame and feelings of aloneness. We will see in-session excerpts how master therapists use AEDP to access and process emotions from a therapeutic stance of affirmation and authenticity.
This is the first time we have offered this video. We hope you can participate to learn both theory and practical techniques and interventions. Whether you work with gay, straight, trans or nonbinary men or women we’ve found that watching the skillful use of AEDP methods is always informative for our own clinical practice.
We’ll hand out maps of the 4 states of AEDP (Defense, Core Affect, Transformational Experience, Core State) to help us collaboratively track clients’ journeys to healing and wholeness.
When: Saturday, November 2
Location: Sarah Nunnink’s home
2525 San Marcos Ave, San Diego, CA 92104
Cost: $20.00 for Psychotherapists, $10.00 for students
Please bring your own lunch/snack. Please RSVP to email@example.com.
Stay tuned for exciting new speakers coming in 2018.
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Past AEDP Events:
AEDP Immersion course with Diana Fosha
August 8—12 at Pt Loma Nazarene University
Dr. Fosha has opened up the world of psychodynamic therapy for moment to moment relational and emotional healing. In addition to a clear and grounded understanding of the healing power of emotion, Diana has profoundly shifted the view of therapeutic work from one of pathology and combatting resistance to positive psychology and encouraging transformance…a word she coined to reflect the innate self-righting drive all humans possess.
News Flash: Early results from our ongoing AEDP research project indicate that AEDP matches effectiveness with EFT and CBT for anxiety reduction and is even more effective for reducing symptoms of depression.
An additional benefit of AEDP training, is that the principles are applicable no matter what model of treatment you are using. Practitioners of EFT, IFS, EMDR, SE, Sensorimotor Therapy, Classical analysts of all persuasions, etc. find their practice deepen in effectiveness and professional fulfillment.
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Did you know the AEDP Institute offers Diversity Scholarships?
Diversity Scholarships (DS) are awarded primarily on the basis of financial need. Applicants who work for underserved, financially struggling patient populations are given priority in receiving the DS. Socio-economic disadvantage is considered a legitimate and distinct diversity category while at the same time linked to other diversity categories.