Advanced Skills “FEELING FELT”; EXPANDING RECEPTIVE AFFECTIVE CAPACITY Turbo-charge AEDP’s consolidation of brain growth and neural integration for your clients and yourself
Fosha, D. (2009) Healing Attachment Trauma with Attachment (and then some!) In M. Kerman (Ed.) Clinical Pearls of Wisdom: 21 Leading Therapists Offer their Key Insights New York: Norton.
Prenn, N. (2009). I Second That Emotion! On Self-Disclosure and Its Metaprocessing. In A. Bloomgarden and R. B. Mennuti (Eds.), Psychotherapist Revealed: Therapists Speak About Self-Disclosure in Psychotherapy. New York: Routledge.
Prenn, N. (2011). Mind the Gap: AEDP Interventions Translating Attachment Theory into Clinical Practice. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration. 21 (3), 308–329.
Receiving Loving Gratitude; HOW A THERAPIST’S MINDFUL EMBRACE OF A PATIENT’S GRATITUDE FACILITATES TRANSFORMANCE
By Yuko Hanakawa in: Transformance Journal: Volume 3, Issue 1
CHAPTERS FROM Undoing Aloneness and the Transformation of Suffering Into Flourishing: AEDP 2.0 Edited by Diana Fosha:
- What Just Happened? and What Is Happening Now? The Art and Science of Moment-to-Moment Tracking in AEDP. Yuko Hanakawa
- A Shift in Focus: Making Use of Therapist Experience in AEDP. Benjamin Lipton
- Neuroplasticity in Action: Rewiring Internal Working Models of Attachment. Ronald J. Frederick
- Relational Prisms: Navigating Experiential Attachment Work With Dissociation and Multiplicity in AEDP. Kari A. Gleiser
- “We Are Organized to Be Better Than Fine”: Building the Transformational Theory of AEDP 2.0. Diana Fosha Disorders: An Evidence-Based Clinician’s Guide. Chapter 14, pp. 286-311. New York: Guilford Press.