AEDP Institute

On AEDP: List of Publications

BOOKS on AEDP

Fosha, D. (2000). The transforming power of affect: A model for accelerated change. New York: Basic Books.   

Fosha, D., Siegel, D. J., & Solomon, M. F.  (Eds.), (2009). The healing power of emotion: Affective neuroscience, development & clinical practice. New York: Norton. 

Fosha, D. (Ed..)  (2021). Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0. Washington DC: APA Press

Frederick, R. (2009). Living like you mean it: Use the wisdom and power of your emotions to get the life you really want.  San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

            Winner of Best General Self Help book in the USA Book News 2009 National Best Book Awards Competition

Frederick, R. (2019). Loving like you mean itUse the power of your emotional mindfulness to transform your relationships. Central Recovery Press. 

Hendel, H. J. (2018).  It’s not always depression: Working the change triangle to listen to the body, discover core emotions, and connect with your authentic self. New York: Penguin Random House. Winner of American Book Fest’s Best Book Award for 2018 in Health/Psychology/Mental Health.

Prenn, N. & Fosha, D. (2017). Supervision essentials for Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy. Washington DC: APA Press.

Russell, E. M. (2015).  Restoring resilience: Discovering your clients’ capacity for healing. New York: Norton.

AEDP in the PRESS

Hendel, H. J. (2015). It’s Not Always Depression New York Times, March 10, 2015.

Hendel, H. J. (2015). The Healing Power of Hugs. New York Times, September 1, 2015. Retrieved from http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/09/01/the-healing-power-of-hugs/?_r=1

Klein, A. (2018). What men say about #MeToo in therapy.  https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/30/opinion/sunday/men-metoo-therapy-masculinity.html

Silvan , J. (2020) Bottom up gratitude: An AEDP approach. Psychotherapy Networker. https://psychotherapynetworker.org/blog/details/1863/bottom-up-gratitude

BOOK CHAPTERS and JOURNAL ARTICLES 

Eppel, A. B. (2009). Sweet sorrow: Love, loss and attachment in human life.  Karnac.

Eppel, A. B. (2013) Attachment and loss: matters of life and death. New Therapist84, 28-32

Faerstein, I. & Levenson, H (2016). Validation of a fidelity scale for accelerated-experiential dynamic psychotherapy.” Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 26(2),  172-185. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/int0000020

Fosha, D. (2000). Meta-therapeutic processes and the affects of transformation: Affirmation and the healing affects. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 10, 71-97. 

Fosha, D. (2001). The dyadic regulation of affect. Journal of Clinical Psychology/In Session57 (2), 227-242.

Fosha, D. (2001). Trauma reveals the roots of resilience. Special September 11th Issue. Constructivism in the Human Sciences6 (1 & 2), 7-15.

Fosha, D. (2002). The activation of affective change processes in AEDP (Accelerated Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy). In J. J.  Magnavita (Ed.). Comprehensive handbook of psychotherapy. Vol. 1: Psychodynamic and object relations psychotherapies, pp. 309-344. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Fosha, D. (2003). Dyadic regulation and experiential work with emotion and relatedness in trauma and disordered attachment. In M. F. Solomon & D. J. Siegel (Eds.). Healing trauma: Attachment, trauma, the brain and the mind, pp. 221-281. New York: Norton.

Fosha, D. (2004). “Nothing that feels bad is ever the last step:” The role of positive emotions in experiential work with difficult emotional experiences. Special issue on Emotion, L. Greenberg (Ed.). Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 11, 30-43.

Fosha, D. (2005). Emotion, true self, true other, core state: toward a clinical theory of affective change process. Psychoanalytic Review, 92 (4), 513-552. 

Fosha, D. (2006). Quantum transformation in trauma and treatment: Traversing the crisis of healing change. Journal of Clinical Psychology/In Session, 62(5), 569-583. 

Fosha, D. (2008). Recognition, vitality, passion. And love. Constructivism in the Human Sciences12, 57-77.

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. 

Fosha D. (2009). Emotion and recognition at work: Energy, vitality, pleasure, truth, desire & the emergent phenomenology of transformational experience. In D. Fosha, D. J. Siegel & M. F. Solomon (Eds.), The healing power of emotion: Affective neuroscience, development, clinical practice (pp. 172-203). New York: Norton. 

Fosha, D. (2009). Healing attachment trauma with attachment (…and then some!). In M. Kerman (Ed.), Clinical pearls of wisdom: 21 leading therapists offer their key insights (pp. 43-56). New York: Norton.

Fosha, D. (2009). Positive affects and the transformation of suffering into flourishing. W. C. Bushell, E. L. Olivo, & N. D. Theise (Eds.) Longevity, regeneration, and optimal health: Integrating Eastern and Western perspectives (pp. 252-261). New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 

Fosha, D. (2013). Speculations on emergence: Working the edge of transformational experience and neuroplasticity.International Neuropsychotherapy Magazine, 2013, 1 (1), 120-121. also in The Neuropsychotherapist, Issue I,  www.theneuropsychotherapist.com.

Fosha, D. (2013). A heaven in a wild flower: Self, dissociation, and treatment in the context of the neurobiological core self. Psychoanalytic Inquiry33, 496-523.     DOI: 10.108007351690.2013.815067

Fosha, D. (2013). Turbocharging the affects of healing and redressing the evolutionary tilt. In D. J. Siegel & Marion F. Solomon (Eds). Healing moments in psychotherapy. Chapter 8 (pp. 129-168). New York: Norton.

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 in contemplative psychotherapy: Accelerating transformation. Chapter 14 (pp. 204-219). New York: Norton.

Fosha, D. (2017b). Something more than “something more than interpretation:” AEDP works the experiential edge of transformational experience to transform the internal working model. In S. Lord (Ed). Moments of meeting in psychoanalysis: Interaction and change in the therapeutic encounter. (Chapter 15 pp. 267-292). New York: Routledge.

Fosha, D. (2018a). Introduction to commentaries on sociocultural identity, trauma treatment, and AEDP through the lens of bilingualism in the case of “Rosa.” Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, Volume 14, Module 2, Article 2, pp. 115-130.  http://pcsp.libraries.rutgers.edu

Fosha, D. (2018a). In the light: On meta-experience and spiraling effects in psychotherapy:  Commentary on Louis Sass’s commentary on Diana Fosha’s commentary on Nicole Vigoda Gonzalez’s  case of “Rosa.” Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, Volume 15, Module 2. http://pcsp.libraries.rutgers.edu

Fosha, D. (2018b). Moment-to-moment guidance of clinical interventions by AEDP’s healing-oriented transformational phenomenology. Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, Volume 14, Module 2, Article 1, pp. 87-114. http://pcsp.libraries.rutgers.edu. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14713/pcsp.v14i2.2038

Fosha, D. (2019) In the light: On meta-experience and spiraling effects in psychotherapy: Commentary on Louis Sass’s commentary on Diana Fosha’s commentary on Nicole Vigoda Gonzalez’s Case of “Rosa” Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, Volume 15, Module 2, Article 6, pp 105-115. http://pcsp.libraries.rutgers.edu DOI:10.14713/PCSP.V15I1.2049

Fosha, D. (2021). Introduction: AEDP after twenty years. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0. (pp. 3-24). APA Press.

Fosha, D. (2021). How AEDP works. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0.  (Chapter 1, pp. 27-53) APA Press.

Fosha, D. (2021). “We are organized to be better than fine:” Building the transformational theory of AEDP. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0.  (Chapter 14, pp. 377-400). APA Press.

Fosha, D. (2021). Future directions. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0.  (Chapter 15, pp 401-414). APA Press.

Fosha, D.  & Gleiser, K. (in press). The embodied language of integrative states: Unmaligning much maligned language in experiential therapy. In G. L.  Schiewer, J. Altarriba, & Chin Ng, B.  (Eds.). Handbook on language and emotion. De Gruyter Mouton

Fosha, D., Paivio, S. C., Gleiser, K. & Ford, J. (2009). Experiential and emotion-focused therapy. In C. Courtois & J. D. Ford (Eds.), Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders: An Evidence-Based Clinician’s Guide. Chapter 14,  pp. 286-311. New York: Guilford Press.

Fosha, D. & Thoma, N. (2020). Metatherapeutic processing supports the emergence of flourishing in psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, 57 (3), 323-339. https://doi.org/10.1037/pst0000289

Fosha, D., Thoma, N. & Yeung, D. (2019) Transforming emotional suffering into flourishing: Metatherapeutic processing of positive affect as a trans-theoretical vehicle for change. Counseling Psychology Quarterly, 32 (3-4), 563-572.

Fosha, D. & Yeung, D. (2006). AEDP exemplifies the seamless integration of emotional transformation and dyadic relatedness at work. In G. Stricker & J. Gold (Eds.), A casebook of integrative psychotherapy (pp. 165-184). Washington DC: APA Press.

Frederick, R. (2021). Neuroplasticity in action: Rewiring internal working models of attachment. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0.  (Chapter 7, pp. 189-216). APA Press.

Gleiser, K. (2021). Relational prisms: Navigating experiential attachment work with dissociation and multiplicity in AEDP. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0.  (Chapter 12, pp. 321-346). APA Press.

Gleiser, K., Ford, J. D., & Fosha, D. (2008). Exposure and experiential therapies for complex posttraumatic stress disorder. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 45 (3), 340-360.

Gold, J(2011).   Attachment theory and psychotherapy integration: an introduction and review of the literature. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 21 (3), 221-231. 

Grotstein, J. (2002). The transforming power of affect: A book review. Psychologist-Psychoanalyst, 22 (4),  pp. 23-25.

Greenan, D. (2010). Therapy with a gay male couple: An unlikely multisytemic integration. In Alan S. Gurman (Ed.), Clinical casebook of couple therapy. Chapter 5, pp. 90-111. New York: Guilford.

Hanakawa, Y. (2017). AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy). Japanese Journal of Clinical Psychology,17, 480-481. (in Japanese)

Hanakawa, Y. (2017).  Together, looking for the light beyond the clouds: Practicing AEDP in Japanese with Japanese patients. Postscript/Appendix to the Japanese edition of The Transforming Power of Affect. Tokyo, Japan: Fukumura Shuppan.  

Hanakawa, Y. (2018). Second wave positive psychology and AEDP. Japanese Journal of Clinical Psychology,18(1), 120-124. (in Japanese).

Hanakawa, Y. (2021). What just happened? And what is happening now? The art and science of moment-to-moment tracking in AEDP. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0.  (Chapter 4. pp. 107-132). APA Press.

Harrison, R. (2019). A bridge over troubled water: Commentary on Paul Blimling’s case of “James” integrating music listening into AEDP. Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, 15(2), 175-197. doi:https://doi.org/10.14713/pcsp.v15i2.2053

Harrison, R. L. (2020). Termination in 16-session accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy (AEDP): Together in how we say goodbye. Psychotherapy, 57(4), 531–547. https://doi.org/10.1037/pst0000343

Harrison, R. L., & Westwood, M. J. (2009). Preventing vicarious traumatization of mental health therapists: Identifying protective practices. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 46 (2), 203-219.

Iwakabe, S. (2018). Case studies in Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP): Reflections on the Case of “Rosa.” Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, Volume 14, Module 1, Article 2, pp. 58-68.  http://pcsp.libraries.rutgers.edu doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14713/pcsp.v14i1.2033

Iwakabe, S., & Conceicao, N. (2016).  Metatherapeutic processing as a change-based therapeutic immediacy task:  Building an initial process model using a task-analytic research strategy.  Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 26 (3), 230-247.

Iwakabe, S., Edlin, E., Fosha, D., Gretton, H., Joseph, A. J., Nunnink, S., Nakamura, K. & Thoma, N., (2020). The effectiveness of accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy (AEDP) in private practice settings: A transdiagnostic study conducted within the context of a practice research network. Psychotherapy, 57 (4), 548-561. https://doi.org/10.1037/pst0000344

Iwakabe, S., Edlin, E., & Thoma, N. (2021). A phenomenological case study of accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy (AEDP):  The experience of change in the initial session from the client’s perspective. Journal of Psychotherapy Integrationhttps://doi.org/10.1037/int0000261

Kranz, K. (2021). The first session in AEDP: Harnessing transformance and cocreating secure attachment. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0.  (Chapter 2, pp. 53-80) APA Press.

Lamagna, J. (2011).  Of the self, by the self, and for the self: An intra-relational perspective on intra-psychic attunement and psychological change.  Journal of Psychotherapy Integration21 (3), 280-307.

Lamagna, J. (2021). Finding healing in the broken places: Intra-relational AEDP work with traumatic aloneness. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0.  (Chapter 11, pp. 269-292). APA Press.

Lamagna, J. & Gleiser, K. (2007). Building a secure internal attachment: An intra-relational approach to ego strengthening and emotional processing with chronically traumatized clients. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation 8 (1), 25-52

Lehmann, E. (2014).  Integration for increased safety and carrying forward.  In B. Jaison and P. Nowick (Eds.) The Folio: A Journal for Focusing and Experiential Therapy25 (1), 139-151.

Lipton, B. (2021). A shift in focus: making use of the therapist experience in AEDP. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0.  Chapter 5. APA Press.

Lipton, B. & Fosha, D. (2011). Attachment as a transformative process in AEDP: Operationalizing the intersection of attachment theory and affective neuroscience. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 21 (3), 253-279. Markin, R. D., McCarthy, K. S., Fuhrman, A., Yeung, D., & Gleiser, K. A. (2018). The process of change in Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP): A case study analysis. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 28 (2), 213-232.

Medley, B. (2018). Recovering the true self: Affirmative therapy, attachment, and AEDP in psychotherapy with gay men. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration. Advance online publication. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/int0000132

Medley, B. (2021). Portrayals in work with emotion in AEDP: Processing core affective experience and bringing it to completion. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0.  (Chapter 8, pp. 217-240). APA Press.

Pando-Mars, K. (2021). Using AEDP’s representational schemas to orient the therapist’s attunement and engagement. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0.  (Chapter 6, pp. 159-186). APA Press.

Panksepp, J. (2009). Brain emotional systems and qualities of mental life:  From animal models of affect to implications for psychotherapeutics.  In D. Fosha, D. J. Siegel,   & M. F. Solomon,  (Eds.),  (2009). The healing power of emotion: Affective neuroscience, development & clinical practice. pp. 1-26. New York: Norton. 

Piliero, S. (2021). Fierce love: Championing the core self to transform trauma and pathogenic states. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0.  (Chapter 10, pp. 269-292). APA Press.

Prenn, N. (2009). I second that emotion! On self-disclosure and its metaprocessing. In A. Bloomgarden & R. B. Menutti, (Eds.), Psychotherapist revealed: Therapists speak about self-disclosure in psychotherapy. Chapter 6, pp. 85-99.New York: Routledge.

Prenn, N. (2011). Mind the gap: AEDP interventions translating attachment theory into clinical practice. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 21 (3), 308-329.

Riggs Skean, K. (2018). AEDP and cultural competence in developmental trauma treatment. Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, Volume 14, Module 2, Article 3, pp. 131-137.   http://pcsp.libraries.rutgers.edu doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14713/pcsp.v14i1.2034

Rodriguez, R. (2018). The case of “Rosa”: Exploring socio-cultural identities in treatment. Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, Volume 14, Module 2, Article 3, pp. 131-137.   http://pcsp.libraries.rutgers.edu doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14713/pcsp.v14i2.2040

Russell, E. M. (2021). Agency, will and desire as core affective experience: Undoing disempowerment to foster the emergence of the agentic self. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0.  (Chapter 9, pp. 241-266) APA Press.

Russell, E. & Fosha, D. (2008). Transformational affects and core state in AEDP: The emergence and consolidation of joy, hope, gratitude and confidence in the (solid goodness of the) self. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration. 18 (2), 167-190.

Sass, L. (2018). In the shadows: On meta-awareness and spiraling effects in psychotherapy:  Commentary on Nicole Vigoda Gonzalez and Diana Fosha. Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, Volume 15, Module 2, http://pcsp.libraries.rutgers.edu

Schore, A. (2009). Right brain affect regulation:  An essential mechanism of development, trauma, dissociation, and psychotherapy.  In D. Fosha, D. J. Siegel,   & M. F. Solomon,  (Eds.),  (2009). The healing power of emotion: Affective neuroscience, development & clinical practice. pp. 112-144. New York: Norton. 

Simpson, M. L. (2016).  Feeling seen: A pathway to transformation.  International Journal of Transpersonal Studies35(1), 78-91.

Tunnell, G. (2006). An affirmational approach to treating gay male couples. Group30 (2), 133-151.

Tunnell, G. (2006).  Postscript 10 years after: “The Oedipal Son” revisited.   In S. Minuchin, W-Y. Lee, & G. Simon (Eds.), Mastering family therapy: Journeys of growth and transformation (2nd Ed).  New York: John Wiley.

Tunnell, G. (2011).   An attachment perspective on the first interview.  In C. Silverstein (Ed.), The Initial Psychotherapy Interview: A Gay Man Seeks Treatment.  New York: Elsevier Insight Books.  

Tunnell, G. (2012).  Gay male couple therapy: An attachment model.  In J. J. Bigner & J. L. Wetchler (Eds.), Handbook of LGBT-affirmative couple and family Therapy. London:  Routledge.

Tunnell, G. (2015). Facilitating transformance for couples: A comparison between structural family therapy and AEDP. Transformance: The AEDP Journal, 6 (1). www.transformancejournal.com

Tunnell, G. & Osiason, J. (2021). Historical context: AEDP’s place in the world of psychotherapy. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0.  (Chapter 3, pp. 83-106) APA Press.

Urquiza Mendoza, Y. (2018). The case of “Rosa”: The importance of specificity in our quest to integrate cultural competence in practice. Pragmatic Case Studies in PsychotherapyVolume 14, Module 2, Article 4, pp. 138-146.  http://pcsp.libraries.rutgers.edu  doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14713/pcsp.v14i2.2041

Vigoda Gonzales, N. V. (2018). The merits of integrating Accelerated Experiential Dynamic psychotherapy and cultural competence strategies in the treatment of relational trauma: The case of “Rosa.” Pragmatic Case Studies in PsychotherapyVolume 14, Module 1, Article 1, pp. 1-57.   http://pcsp.libraries.rutgers.edu doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14713/pcsp.v14i1.2032

Welling, H. (2012). Transformative emotional sequence: Towards a common principle of change. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 22 (2), 109-136.

Williams, M., & Files, N. (2018). Emotion-based psychotherapies in the treatment of eating disorders. In H. L. McBride & J. L. Kwee (Eds.), Embodiment and eating disorders: Theory, research, prevention and treatment (pp. 265-299). Routledge: New York, NY.

Yamauchi, S. (2018) Transformation guided by AEDP theory and interventions: Making good use of client’s gratitude towards therapist. Japanese Journal of Clinical Psychology18, 604-612.

Ye-Perman, H. J (2018). The case of “Rosa”: AEDP in the realm of cultural diversity— One’s new language as a vehicle for exploring new aspects of identity. Pragmatic Case Studies in PsychotherapyVolume 14, Module 2, Article 5, pp. 147-157.   http://pcsp.libraries.rutgers.edu  doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14713/pcsp.v14i2.2042

Yeung, D. (2021). What went right? What happens in the brain during metatherapeutic processing. In D. Fosha (Ed.) Undoing aloneness and the transformation of suffering into flourishing: AEDP 2.0.  (Chapter 13, pp. 349-376) APA Press.

Yeung, D., & Fosha, D. (2015). Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy. In The Sage Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy. New York: Sage Publications.

Yeung, D., Fosha, D., Ye Perman, J. & Xu, Y. (2019). After Freud meets Zhuangzi: Stance and the dance of the Self-in-transformation with the Other-in-contemplative presence. Psychological Communications,  2 (3), 179-185.  doi: 10.12100/j.issn.2096-5494.219023