Transformance Talks are live, interactive webinars* presented by and for members of the AEDP community. The Talks are about articles that have been published in Transformance: The AEDP Journal and are given by the author of the article. Transformance, both the Journal and the Talks, presents cutting-edge AEDP theory, research and clinical practice, and offers ongoing exposure to actual and emergent therapeutic technique.
Transformance Talks are generally one hour and include an opportunity for Q&A. To get the most out of the Talk it is recommended but not necessary that you read the related article before joining the webinar.
- Transformance Talks are recorded and made available to view “on demand” within 1 week of the live presentation. We highly recommend joining the live webinar if you can!
Cost / Registration:
FREE for AEDP Paid Members must be logged in!
$20 for Non-members: You don’t need to become a Paid Member to have free access to the Journal Transformance. If you’d like to read the associated Transformance article before attending a Transformance Talk, become a Free Account Holder now (it takes about 1 minute!)
Transformance Talks Webinars:
Participate Live or Watch the Recordings
Using Experiential Dynamic Therapy with Addicted People
Presented by Transformance Journal author Mark Green, MD
Wednesday, January 30
7:00 – 8:00 EST (4:00 – 5:00 Pacific)
Transformance and the Phenomenology of Transformation
Presented by AEDP Sr. Faculty member Danny Yeung, MD, CCFP, CGPP, FCFP
The Judicious Use of Touch in an AEDP Treatment: Responding to Developmental Need and Transformance Drive
presented by author and AEDP Certified Supervisor Hilary Jacobs Hendel, LCSW with interviewer / AEDP Sr. Faculty member Benjamin Lipton, LCSW
Seeing the Invisible: The Role of Recognition in Healing from Neglect and Deprivation
by Kari Gleiser, PhD
Expanding the Ordinary to Extraordinary: A Review of Eileen Russell’s book, Restoring Resilience
by Eileen Russell, PhD with Reviewer and fellow AEDP Faculty member Gil Tunnel, PhD
Rigor Without Shame: How AEDP Maps, Schemas and Interventions Protect Supervisor and Supervisee from Shame
by Natasha Prenn, LCSW
AEDP for Couples – From Stuckness and Reactivity to the Felt Experience of Love
by David Mars, MFT, PhD
Making Good Use of Suffering: Intra-relational Work with Pathogenic Affects
by Jerry Lamagna, LCSW
Tailoring AEDP Interventions to Attachment Style
by Karen Pando-Mars, MFT