Events and training
London Salon/Study Group
Date to be announced
The salon meets twice a year, in the spring and autumn, to provide a supportive community as we develop our skill and experience of AEDP, and to have an opportunity to socialize with other AEDP therapists.
You are welcome to attend if you have attended many AEDP trainings, only a few or are brand new. We are confident that you will find something of value in the presentations and will enjoy our warm and vibrant community. Topics may be as far ranging as responding to defences, knowing where you are in the process-map of therapy or sharing the impact of working as an AEDP therapist on ourselves.
Please note: In order to protect client confidentiality, registration for salons is limited to people who have the training and educational qualifications to legally practice as a mental health practitioner, or who are enrolled in formal training to work in the field.
The patient needs to have an experience, a new experience, and that experience should be good. The aim and method of AEDP is the provision and facilitation of such experiences from the first moments of the first contact, and throughout thereafter.
Diana Fosha, 2002
AEDP 4-day Immersion
The Dyadic Repair of Attachment Trauma: Healing at the Edge of Transformational Experience
with Diana Foscha and members of the AEDP Faculty
Thurs 20 - Sun 23 February 2020
9:00am - 5:00pm
AEDP [Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy] Immersion is the recommended first course for therapists who are seeking to become AEDP Certified. It is intended for clinicians interested in this healing-oriented, transformation-based therapeutic model – both its theory and phenomenology – and in exploring AEDP’s unique contributions to the treatment of attachment trauma.
Through the immersion course we also seek to undo clinicians’ aloneness by working to foster a vibrant community of like-minded, like-hearted others. It is the vision of the course to bring together clinicians from different perspectives who share an interest in AEDP specifically and/or in dynamic-experiential work in general, and who also each bring their own very special expertise, interest and experiences. In this way, immersion is not only exciting and enlivening for its participants, but AEDP itself continues to be enriched and enhanced by being in communication with many deep sources of knowledge and wisdom.
Use discount code AEDPEMP250 to receive a £250 discount
Introduction to AEDP
Poetry in Motion:
Dyadic regulation of emotion and transformation of the self
Saturday, 16 November 2019
10:00am - 4:30:pm
The Bowlby Centre
1 Highbury Crescent
London, N1 5RN
A one-day workshop introducing AEDP, a transformative, non-pathological model of change.
Presenters, Angela Massucco and Dr Heather Gretton will explore how creative and scientific elements of AEDP meet to access hidden resources and release resilience and positive growth at the very core of self.
Healing Relational Trauma:
The Science and Practice of Facilitating Deep Transformational Change with AEDP
Saturday, 28 September 2019
9:00am - 5:00pm
Hilton London Olympia
Fee: £229 inc VAT
In this training, Dr Diana Fosha, developer of AEDP, will present both leading-edge neuroscience and recorded therapy sessions, to provide exposure to AEDP’s hallmark techniques of positive neuroplasticity entrainment, dyadic affect regulation, healing-oriented emotion processing and metatherapeutic processing. Combined, these techniques facilitate deep transformational change and heal relational trauma. In the process, they foster resilience, expand relational capacity, kickstart flourishing and deepen experiences of feeling seen, loved and understood. In this workshop, Dr Fosha and workshop participants will explore 5 aspects of how to be a transformational therapist.