Undoing Aloneness & the Transformation of Suffering into Flourishing

With incontrovertible evidence for neuroplasticity operating from the cradle to the grave, and now the emphasis on the importance of supporting flourishing processes in therapy, the trauma field is starting to rectify its longstanding bias toward pathology.

Accelerated Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) is one of the fastest growing approaches to working with trauma and attachment trauma. A healing-oriented, attachment-based, experiential, affect-focused, mind–body therapy, AEDP’s rich and specific clinical interventions have been informed by a healing- and transformation-orientation,  and systematic work with flourishing and the positive affects associated with it for more than two decades. It uses relational work, experiential techniques and a focus on change and healing in order to alleviate emotional suffering and promote resilience and flourishing.

Making the Invisible, Visible

The Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM)