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Healing and Neuroplasticity in Clinical Action: Transformational Theory and the Transformational Practice of AEDP
Provided by: Centre for Treatment of Sexual Abuse and Childhood Trauma
Date and Time
Fri Nov 18 to Sat Nov 19, 2011 (This event is over)
Event DescriptionWe are very pleased to be able to bring to Ottawa Dr. Diana Fosha. Dr. Fosha is the developer of an exciting and rapidly spreading approach to working with attachment traumas. Her approach, called Accelerated Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) is grounded in human resilience and the innate motivational strivings for health. Rather than focusing on pathology, AEDP harnesses the client’s inbuilt healing capacities. Dr. Fosha believes we are wired for healing and self-righting which enables us to resume a healthy path after something has impeded our emotional development. You will find Dr. Fosha to be a warm and engaging presenter whose workshops are interactive and collaborative. Don’t miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding of how attachment theory can guide transformational processes in psychotherapy.
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