Key Links & Handouts: Essential Skills (ES1) Online 5 Modules | with Guest Presenters | October 2022 – May 2023

Friday – Monday | October 7th – 10th + December 2nd – 5th, 2022 + January 20th – 23rd + March 24th – 27th + May 12th – 15th, 2023

IMPORTANT: Technical issues and emergency situations contact (text) Facilitators (course days only) all other non emergency questions email admin@aedpinstitute.org

Friday – Monday: Please text Facilitators

Friday – Andrea C. Monroy ( +57 3002119928, edneud_85@hotmail.com) + Eva Filato ((647) 678-6042, filatoyomyomi@gmail.com)

Saturday – Eva Filato ((647) 678-6042, filatoyomyomi@gmail.com) + Ruthie Unaegbu ((778) 322-9775, ruth@ruthunaegbu.com)

Sunday – Nina Newman ((650) 766-6501, newman.nina@gmail.com) + Ruthie Unaegbu ((778) 322-9775, ruth@ruthunaegbu.com)

Monday – Eva Filato ((647) 678-6042, filatoyomyomi@gmail.com) + Nina Newman ((650) 766-6501, newman.nina@gmail.com)

Module 3: Presented by Karen Pando-Mars, MFT

Handouts and Presentation Slides

Schedule: here (updated 1/19/2023)

Experiential Exercise #1, day 2 (please print): here (updated 1/19/2023)

Experiential Exercise #2, day 4 (please print): here (updated 1/19/2023)

Affect Regulatory Difficulties: here

Triangle of Experience – Self at Best and Self at Worst: here

Self Other Emotion Triangle – Self at Worst and Self at Best: here

Fig 1 Self-at Best: Configuration of Secure Attachment: here 

Fig 2 Self-at-Worst: Configurations of Avoidant, Ambivalent and Disorganized Attachment: here

Fig 3 Clinical Interventions to Treat Patterns of Avoidant, Ambivalent and Disorganized Attachment: here

Day 1: Working at the Top of the Triangle: Intervening with defenses and anxiety with specificity to patterns of attachment

1 slide per page, 63 pages: here

3 slides per page, 21 pages: here

Day 3: Working at the Top of the Triangle: Intervening with defenses and anxiety with specificity to patterns of attachment

1 slide per page, 39 pages: here, (updated 1/21/2023 6:50pm EST) 1 slide per page, 42 pages: here

3 slides per page, 13 pages: here, (updated 1/21/2023 6:50pm EST) 3 slides per page, 14 pages: here

Goodie Bag from Karen:

Song for You (lyrics) Alexi Murdoch: here

Allow by Dana Faulds: here

Finding what you DIdn’t Lose: here

Sunday Meditation: here

Monday Meditation: here

Guest Presenter: Cristina Mendonca, LCSW

Day 3: ES1 Module 3 with Karen Pando-Mars: Video Presentation

1 slide per page, 8 pages: here

Module 2: Presented by Kari Gleiser, PhD

Handouts and Presentation Slides

Schedule: here

The Triangle of Relational Comparisons: here

The Triangle of Self-Other-Emotion: here

The Triangle of Experience, Two Versions: The Self-at-Worst & The Self-at-Best: here

Self-at-Best Configuration: Secure Attachment Style: here

Self-at-Worst Configuration Within Each Attachment Style: here

Experiential Exercise #1, day 2 (please print): here

Experiential Exercise #2, day 4 (please print): here

Introduction to Working with Attachment…

1 slide per page, 51 pages: here

3 slides per page, 17 pages: here

Guest Presenter: Peter Muhwati, CSW

Culture and Attachment in Zimbabwe: A Collectivist “Way of Being ” and Clinical Implications

4 slides per page, 4 pages: here

Module 1: Presented by Karen Pando-Mars, MFT

Addional and revised handouts will be updated as received

Article from Fosha 2017 “Something More than something more than Interpretation…here

Fosha, Fosha, D. (2008). Transformance, recognition of self by self, and effective action. In K. J. Schneider, (Ed.) Existential-integrative psychotherapy:  Guideposts to the core of practice, pp. 290-320. New York: Routledge.  [for transformance]here (added 10/20/2022)

Fosha, Fosha, D. (2017a). How to be a transformational therapist: AEDP harnesses innate healing affects to re-wire experience and accelerate transformation. In J. Loizzo, M. Neale & E. Wolf, (Eds). Advances incontemplative psychotherapy: Accelerating transformation. Chapter 14 (pp. 204-219). New York: Norton. [for the 4 states] here (added 10/20/2022)

Meet your Presenters: here

Meet your Experiential Assistants: here (linked 10/6/2022)

Letter from Karen: here (linked 10/3/2022)

Schedule: here (updated 10/3/2022)

Handouts and Presentation Slides

Experiential Exercise #1 day 2 (please print): here

Experiential Exercise #2 day 4 (please print): here

Participant’s Roles for Experiential Exercises: here

Groups of 4 and Experiential Assistant: here (updated 10/3/2022)

The Seven Channels of Experience: here

Process Language for AEDP Essential Skills: here

Process Language Short Overview: here

The Phenomenology of the Four-State Transformational Process in AEDP: here

The Triangle of Experience; Two Versions of the Triangle of Experience, the Self-at-
Worst and the Self-at-Best: here

The Self-Other-Emotion Triangle; Two Versions of the Self-Other-Emotion Triangle, the Self-at-
Worst and the Self-at-Best: here

The Triangle of Relational Comparisons: here

Healing from the Get-Go

1 slide per page, 61 pages: here

3 slides per page, 21 pages: here

Clinical Road Maps of AEDP

1 slide per page, 53 pages: here

3 slides per page, 18 pages: here

Recommended Readings: here

Goodie Bag from Karen:

Four States with maladaptive affects: here

Therapeutic Aims and Activities in the Four States: here

Triangle of Oppression – Triangle of Liberation: here

Meditations:

Day Two: Channels of Experience: here

Day Four: “For Presence” poem and Meditation: here

Poem:  “For Presence” by John O’Donohue: here


Microaggressions: Spotting them and repairing them here
Based on Kenneth Hardy’s presentation at Marin CAMFT October 23, 2021 as summarized by Karen
Pando Mars and amended by Jacqueline Lynch and Kate Halliday.

AEDP Psychotherapy: An Evidence-Supported Practice: here


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