AEDP Bulletin Board
The AEDP Bulletin Board is a great way for members to share AEDP news, resources, recommendations, AEDP related events and more.
To post something on the Bulletin Board just send an email with your exact post to email@example.com
Transformance Talks for Members Only
Transformance Talks are Webinars, presented by Transformance Journal authors. Members participate live (or watch recordings) of Transformance Talks for free.
Upcoming Live, Online Transformance Talks – Coming soon!
AEDP Referral Network
The AEDP Referral Network makes it easy for members to notify their fellows in the AEDP worldwide membership of clients looking for an AEDP therapist.
• Members are automatically enrolled into the google group.
• To post a referral, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org– with the location of the referral somewhere in the subject line.
• Members backchannel the poster to find out more about the referral and get connected.
Savings on AEDP Training
All AEDP Paid Members receive a discount on registration for both the AEDP Essential Skills and Advanced Skills courses, as well as discounts on almost all AEDP trainings, workshops, On Demand Trainings and products.
Listing in the AEDP Therapist Directory
The AEDP directory is an invaluable resource for anyone – including your fellow therapists – seeking an AEDP therapist in the United States, Canada and other places around the world. As a Full Member of the Institute, you can customize your listing with highlights of your work and experience with AEDP, and make it easily searchable by anyone looking for an AEDP therapist in your area.
New! DBEI Resources
Go here to access this extensive list of books, articles, publications, organizations, podcasts, and training on Racism and Trauma.
Books, Articles & Publications Recommended by AEDP Institute and AEDP Therapists
Poetry, Stories, Visual Art and Music by AEDP Members and more
Poets and storytellers, share your verse, words and wisdom! Visual artists and musicians, post your videos, sound tracks and pictures of artwork. It does not need to be clinical or even related to AEDP. Email your work, your name and an introduction to the work and we’ll post it for you. If you’d like to share someone else’s work, cite it and give a little context as to why you are sharing it then email email@example.com and we’ll publish it HERE!