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AEDP Therapy

Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy

Grounded in Emotion

AEDP is grounded in the understanding that emotions are inherently purposeful and have the power to transform. Emotions play a central role in the healing process. 

Your Inherent Healing Capacity

AEDP orients to research in neuroplasticity, which presupposes that we possess extraordinary innate capacities for healing trauma and positively transforming our lives. These capacities can lie dormant, but once awakened in the context of a trusting and caring relationship, can offer us resilience, resources, and a renewed sense of vitality. 

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The Attachment Relationship

In AEDP sessions, the relationship between therapist and client forms a powerful and safe container for the tending of difficult emotions and topics. It is oriented toward what Dr. Fosha describes as "undoing aloneness." It is in the presence of a caring other that we can explore what may have felt daunting to look at on our own. 

The Mind-Body Connection

AEDP brings the body into the session. Trauma studies inform us that there are physiological elements involved in our suffering. As the site of our feelings—our felt experience— the body is an important ally in coming to sort through and articulate what we are experiencing. It can be highly beneficial to cultivate a relationship with our somatic experience and to witness ourselves holistically—mind, body, spirit, and soul. 

Linda is trained in AEDP immersion & is currently enrolled in the 2023/2024 Essential Skills program. 
"Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes." - C.G. Jung.
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