How to heal old wounds and find your hidden power?

Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) is a process to help clients emerge stronger and more resilient as they work through trauma, loss and painful consequences. Since crises and suffering can provide opportunities for personal growth that might have been otherwise missed, Dr. Diana Fosha developed AEDP to help people make the most of these opportunities.

“The world breaks everyone and afterward, many are stronger at the broken places.”
– Ernest Hemingway

The AEDP process:

Step one – Undoing aloneness and the establishment of a safe haven/secure base.

Step two – Confronting the hurts clients may have suffered or caused.

Step three – Healing, transformation and a renewed zest for life.

For the process to work well, the clients are encouraged to not get lost in the content or the minutiae of their stories. What is important is for them to focus on thoughts, emotions and physical experiences unfolding in real time.

Goals of AEDP:

  • For clients to fully understand and experience that they are not alone
  • That they do have the strength to confront past and current crises
  • Know that they can move forward and become better, more vibrant versions of themselves.

Strengths of AEDP:

  • Clients have the opportunity to heal old but debilitating wounds.
  • Promotes self-awareness and self-confidence.
  • By working on “the broken places,” clients often discover powers they didn’t know they have.

Ready to try AEDP? Please, get in touch.

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