Steve Carroll, LCSW is a psychotherapist in private practice since 1988 working with individuals, couples and families as well as supervision/consultation for colleagues. Prior to private practice he co-developed a treatment unit for families experiencing child sexual abuse, supervised a group home for adolescent girls and supervised an outpatient therapy program for a family service agency. He is a certified Imago therapist/ supervisor and other background training includes psychodynamic psychotherapy, object relations, family systems, Internal Family Systems and Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy.
Steve completed AEDP’s Immersion Course with Diana Fosha in 2008 and three years of Core Training with Eileen Russell. He has assisted in numerous Immersion Courses, ESI and II and Wired For Healing Workshop with Diana.
Heidi Frieze, LCSW is a certified AEDP therapist and supervisor. She is currently in private practice near Grand Central Station in New York City, and in Westchester, NY, where she treats both individual adults and couples. Heidi earned her Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work from Fordham University in 2004.
She participated in Diana Fosha’s first AEDP Immersion Course and completed one year of Core training with Diana. Over the years, Heidi has been in individual supervision with Eileen Russell and SueAnne Piliero and small group supervision with Ben Lipton. Heidi has assisted SueAnne in two previous Essential Skills I Training Courses in NYC and in a number of immersion courses.
She also assisted Diana Fosha at a weekend workshop at the Kripalu Center in the Berkshires, MA. Prior to becoming a psychotherapist, (Read More…)
Liza Greville, LCSW, is a Certified AEDP Therapist and Supervisor in private practice in Kane, Pennsylvania, and offers individual therapy to adults in Pennsylvania, New York and Montana, as well as individual and group supervision.
Liza trusts that people heal and grow when they have what they need. In turn, she loves all the ways AEDP theory and maps provide channels of understanding through which ways of nurturing new and needed experiences can flow, both intrapersonally and interpersonally. She believes the same holds true in supervision, and seeks to help supervisees expand their naturalness of use of self, and deepen their understanding of AEDP’s affective change processes. (Read More…)
Elizabeth Perkins, LMFT is in private practice in San Diego, California and currently is seeing clients online who reside in California. She has been strongly influenced by AEDP since she began learning the model in 2013. She is a Certified AEDP therapist and Supervisor in-training. L
iz thrives on fine tuning her skills in bi-weekly supervision with Senior Faculty, regularly assisting at AEDP Essential Skills courses and attending other AEDP trainings. AEDP continues to be the heart of her client work. Liz feels like AEDP is responsible for the most memorable and meaningful breakthrough moments in her sessions.
She feels constantly challenged by the model and astounded by its results, in equal parts. Liz is most looking forward to witnessing the aha moments that inevitably occur within herself and the other practitioners each time she has the honor of assisting at an AEDP learning event.
Malin Endredi is a certified AEDP Therapist and Supervisor. Her office is in Stockholm, Sweden and nowadays online too. Malin welcomes Swedish and English speaking clients and supervisees. Malin is a member of the AEDP Sweden Program Group and one of two hosts of the AEDP Salon Stockholm/Sweden. She was a copresenter in the institute-sponsored seminar, “Transformational Synergies in AEDP, Spirituality and Psychedelics” in July, 2022.
Malin started her professional life as a clinical psychologist working with distressed parents and their dysregulated babies to help create secure attachment. After 17 years she took a Swedish attachment, relational and emotion focused psychotherapist training. That’s where Malin, through an APA video, first encountered Diana’s ways of working and AEDP and it all clicked.
She became devoted and crossed the Atlantic many times to attend trainings and assisting internationally (Read More…)
Goretti Faria, MSW, RCSW, CCC is a Certified AEDP Therapist and Supervisor. She has a private practice in Fort Langley, BC. After completing the Immersion Course in 2014, she went on to complete Essential Skills 1&2 in San Francisco and New York, Core Training in Vancouver, and extensive individual supervision. She has assisted at various training courses throughout Canada and the US, and held the Lead Assistant role for many ES1 and ES2 courses across the globe.
Since finding her therapeutic home in AEDP in 2014 and every step along the learning journey, Goretti has experienced the
personal and professional transformative power of the model. She is deeply appreciative of her clients’ trust in the safety of
the collaborative process and the mutually transformative journey.
Idit Ronen-Setter, MFT is a certified AEDP therapist and supervisor, working in Israel. Idit has received her MA and Family Therapy Certification from Tel Aviv University and has practiced therapy with individuals, couples and families, in Aluma Therapy Center and private practice, since 2006. She completed the certified studies of treatment of stress and trauma, at The Trauma Center (Boston, MA), directed by Dr. Bessel Van Der Kolk (2013-2014).
Nowadays, Idit is teaching family therapy and AEDP through the Ministry of Social Services, and through the Israeli Association of Couples and Family Therapy. Since June 2018, Idit has been appointed the formal AEDP liaison for the Israeli community. In addition, since 2015 she is supervising a medical forum for couples (Read More…)
Lia Jones, LMFT is a certified Therapist and Supervisor in both AEDP and EFT in Denver, Colorado. She has worked with children and families experiencing homelessness in non-profit mental health services and has been in private practice since 1998.. Lia has served as both an assistant and Lead Assistant at multiple Immersion and Essential Skills trainings and helms multi-faculty core training groups in Denver. She teaches core training modules, introductions to and specific topics on AEDP to professional and student communities.
Lia is the founder of AEDP Rocky Mountains, a community group that sponsors AEDP workshops and community lunch and learns for practitioners learning the AEDP model. In addition to her practice, community work, and teaching, she offers group and individual supervision live and online. Lia has been delighting in AEDP since the 2003 Immersion followed by three years (Read More…)
Molly Eldridge, MSW, LICSW has been in private psychotherapy practice in Cape Cod, Massachusetts for over 25 years. As a certified AEDP supervisor, she offers individual supervision, both in person and online. She also runs several AEDP supervision groups – one, now in its third year, on Cape Cod and two others in the Boston area. She loves creating a safe environment and helping other therapists learn and grow their AEDP skills. As past assistant director of the Cape Cod Institute and current advisor, it was there, upon first hearing Diana Fosha in 2009, that she recognized that AEDP was her therapeutic “home”.
Molly appreciates that AEDP makes something happen right away in sessions and provides a cogent theory with such heart. She will be presenting at the upcoming New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation Friday series and teaching (Read More…)
Kaori Stram, LMHC is a certified AEDP therapist and supervisor. She is a licensed psychotherapist in private practice in New York. Her AEDP journey started in 2014 when she was first introduced to the work of Yuko Hanakawa and attracted to its warm heart-to-heart connection between a therapist and a client. She has assisted many courses in-person and online as an experiential assistant and lead assistant. Since 2021, she has presented at Immersion and ES1 courses as well as trained Japanese therapists in Japan.
Kaori is also participating in an AEDP 16-session research project as a treating therapist.
Her passion is to help spread AEDP to Japan where she originally comes from and has been actively involved in the AEDP Japanese community.