Jennifer Edlin, MFT is a psychotherapist in private practice in Oakland, California. Jenn received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University, a JD/MBA degree from New York University and an MA in Counseling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies. From the moment she attended her first AEDP Immersion Course, Jenn was taken by AEDP and the permission to be authentic and to use the therapist’s whole self in service of clients’ healing and transformation.
Jenn is developing AEDP theory and clinical interventions to use with dysregulated and underregulated clients, and has presented her work in 2019 in Boston, Portland and the Denver Immersion course. In the years since she joined the AEDP Institute Faculty Jenn has been a Co-Director of the AEDP research project, (Read More…)
Jennifer Edlin, MFT. From the moment Jennifer Edlin, AEDP’s Research Committee Co-Chair & Faculty Liaison attended her first Immersion Course, she was taken by AEDP and the permission to be authentic and to use both the left and right brain in service of clients’ transformation. On the Research Committee, Jennifer serves as a liaison between faculty and researchers. She brings to her work a passion for showing what we know about AEDP through research as well as a background in law, experience in private practice psychotherapy, and years spent building consensus to effect change within companies.
Jennifer has also helped to spearhead the launch of the Berkeley Initiative for Mindfulness in Law at UC Berkeley Law. She received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University, a JD/MBA degree from New York University and an MA in Counseling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies.
Jennifer is faculty member of the AEDP Institute, seeing clients in private practice in Oakland and San Francisco. In addition to her role on the AEDP Research Committee, Jenn is the head of volunteers and registration for AEDP West and has assisted at several AEDP Essential Skills and Immersion Courses, helping to facilitate small experiential-groups for therapists in the Bay Area, New York and Boston. She endeavors to bring a natural warmth, ease and authenticity to her work with clients as well as to her work in the AEDP community.