Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP)
is a therapeutic approach that works to alleviate suffering and co-create change through corrective emotional and relational experiences. AEDP focuses on undoing aloneness and facilitating the in-depth processing of difficult emotional and somatic experiences associated with trauma. This model is also used to treat depression, emotional dysregulation, shame, and interpersonal challenges. AEDP has roots in interpersonal neurobiology, affective neuroscience, attachment theory, emotion theory, and body-focused approaches.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)
is a trauma reprocessing therapy that utilizes eye movements to decrease the vividness and the emotional and physical experience associated with the traumatic memory. With these aspects decreased, the memory can be processed and integrated in a way that it was not when it was first experienced.
is a psychotherapy that “welcomes the body as an integral source of information which can guide resourcing and the accessing and processing of challenging, traumatic, and developmental experience. SP is a holistic approach that includes somatic, emotional, and cognitive processing and integration.”