Boston Workshop • Diana Fosha, PhD

Undoing Aloneness: The Transformation of Emotional Suffering

Aloneness in the face of overwhelming emotion is the epicenter of emotional suffering. Attempts to deal with it result in the psychopathology that brings our patients to seek help. Attachment
is key to undoing that aloneness so that previously feared-to-be overwhelming emotions
can be processed and thus trauma transformed. Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), one of the fasted growing approaches to working with attachment trauma, has developed rich creative systematic interventions for doing precisely that: undoing the patient’s aloneness. AEDP is fearless in working with the experience of the patient-therapist attachment directly and experientially, moment-to-moment tracking it and processing it as rigorously as any other experience.

AEDP features specific intervention strategies for working explicitly, dyadically, and experientially with intense unresolved traumatic emotions in a way that transforms suffering and fosters patients’ feeling safe, as well as deeply recognized and understood.

This is a one-day workshop led by Dr. Diana Fosha. Registration begins at 8:30am and the workshop begins at 9:00am. The workshop fee includes continental breakfast and lunch.

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For more information about this workshop, please contact Jonas Goldenberg.

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Event Details:


9:00 am - 4:00 pm


The Lantana
43 Scanlon Dr
Randolph, MA

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