AEDP Institute

Transformance Volume 9: Summer Reading Issue

Is This AEDP? Six Unique Characteristics of AEDP By Hans Welling Often asked during workshops on Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy is the question, “Is this AEDP?” The difficulty understanding what AEDP exactly stands for comes from the fact that AEDP is a highly integrative model that brings together elements from many different psychotherapy orientations (Fosha, 2000). Thus, observing AEDP therapists at work reminds workshop attendees of other therapies and can raise the question about what is different about AEDP. AEDP is experiential, is relational, works with attachment, focuses on the positive, and works with the defenses and emotions. In that…

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