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  AEDP Institute   

(Please click on the above for its home page)



Contact:
(You can use the link for e-mail)

AEDP Institute
14 Murray Street, Box 120
New York, NY 10007

855/669-9971 fax

admin (snail) aedpinstitute.org (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The AEDP Institute promotes the Accelerated Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy developed by Diana Fosha. It offers training, supervision, certification as well as workshops, seminars and online resources for advancing the practice and growth of AEDP.

The official publication of the AEDP Institute is Transformance: The AEDP Journal.


Event
List:

  1. Beyond Healing: " Harnessing Transformational Processes to Accelerate the Journey Into Flourishing" Lexington, MA: February 3, 2017
  2. Healing Attachment Trauma: "Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy" Los Angeles, CA: February 11, 2017
  3. Summoning Courage: "The Evolution of an AEDP Therapist" New York, NY: February 11, 2017
  4. Transforming Interlocking Trauma: "AEDP for Couples" Denver, CO: February 11-12, 2017

Event
#1
Detail:

Beyond Healing
" Harnessing Transformational Processes to Accelerate the Journey Into Flourishing"


February 3, 2017

Lexington, MA

Sponsor: AEDP Institute


One of the most unique and revolutionary elements of the emotional processing trajectory of Accelerated Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy [AEDP] is the focus on the affective markers of the process of change itself. While other emotion-focused therapies may elucidate theories and guide interventions that facilitate the movement from distress and defensive states to the full processing of core adaptive emotions, in AEDP, this is only the first step.

In this seminar, we will explore in depth the phenomenology and clinical unfolding of the process of transformation itself. After the turbulence of intense emotional experiencing, how do therapists guide patients to keep the momentum moving through the full process of transformation? How do we direct dyadic attention, use evocative language and disclose our own emotional experience to ignite and/or to fan the flames in the crucible of change? How do we recognize when there is a tiny flicker of transformation in the air, grab onto it and help it to fully emerge?

We will explore these questions in the context of tracking the affective markers of transformation and core state (States 3 and 4) across two sessions of a patient with Complex PTSD and Dissociative Disorder NOS. We will witness how the swell of powerful emotional experiences such as awe, gratitude and tremulousness herald a new way of apprehending self, other and the world.

Presenter: Kari Gleiser, PhD.



Note: The above is all we currently have at this resource. If you wish to find more about this event please contact the sponsor directly. (A request: when asking about the above meeting, it could be very helpful if you could tell about our Web pages as your source.)

Event
#2
Detail:

Healing Attachment Trauma
"Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy"


February 11, 2017

Los Angeles, CA

Sponsored by: AEDP Institute


Presenter: Ronald J Frederick, PhD.

There are up to 6 continuing education credit hours available for
  -social workers
  -marriage & family therapists
  -counselors

Event Contact:

Karen Newell

866/992-9399 x 105


Note: The above is all the information we have on file at this resource. If you wish to find out more about this event please click on its special Web page. (As a favor: don't forget to let them know about these Web pages when you ask about this event.)

Event
#3
Detail:

Summoning Courage
"The Evolution of an AEDP Therapist"

(Please see the meeting's Web pages.)

February 11, 2017

New York, NY

Event sponsored by: AEDP Institute


Presenter: SueAnne Piliero, PhD.

Event Contact:

Karen Newell

866/992-9399 x 105


Note: The material displayed above is all the detail that we currently have on file in our database. In order to know more about this event please go to its special Web page. (A request: when you ask about this event, kindly point out that you heard about it here.)

Event
#4
Detail:

Transforming Interlocking Trauma
"AEDP for Couples"

(Kindly refer to the meeting's Web pages.)

February 11-12, 2017

Denver, CO

Sponsored by: AEDP Institute


Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy [AEDP] for Couples is an innovative, somatically focused model, which effectively treats the relational trauma and deprivation that underlies much marital dysfunction. By powerfully creating a safe container for even highly dysregulated couples to relate to each other in a more attuned way, new responsiveness begins from the first session.

The presenter will illustrate key moments of how to work through trauma to heal shame-based blocks to couple intimacy. Extensive clinical videotapes of treatment over time will be used to unpack the dyadic change processes central to AEDP and show the progression of therapy. The presenter is shown addressing both deactivating (avoidant) and hyperactivating (anxious/ambivalent) attachment strategies.

Presenter: David Mars, MFT, PhD.

Event Contact:

Karen Newell

866/992-9399 x 105



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  Aerotel Medical Systems   

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Contact:
(The link below is available for more information)

Aerotel Medical Systems, Ltd
5 Hazoref Street
Holon 58856
Israel

866/588-3580 US and Canada
+972/3/559-3222
+972/3/559-6111 fax

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About:


Aerotel Medical Systems was established in 1985 and became independent of its parent corporation Aerotel Ltd in 1988. It offers medical diagnostic devices for continuous long-term monitoring for home care and telemedicine. It combines signal processing with hardware, software and telecommunication features that enable values to be viewed over the World Wide Web.

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  Aerospace Medical Association [AsMA]   

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Contact:


Aerospace Medical Association
320 South Henry Street
Alexandria, VA 22314-3579

703/739-2240
703/739-9652 fax

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  Aeschi Working Group   

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About:


The Aeschi Working Group is dedicated to improving the therapeutic approach to the suicidal person.

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  Affiliated Psychoanalytic Workgroups [APW]   

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Contact:
(The link below is available for more detail)

Affiliated Psychoanalytic Workgroups
PO Box 281
Buffalo, NY 14224

716/674-2837

info (snail) apwonline.org (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


Affiliated Psychoanalytic Workgroups [APW] is a network of study groups, cartels, and individuals sharing a Lacanian orientation. The purpose of APW is to promote Lacanian clinical psychoanalysis in the United States and to encourage psychoanalytic study.

The official publication of the APW is the annual ERR: The Journal of APW.

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  Africa Contact Group for Mental Health and Deafness [ACGMHD]   

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Contact:
(The link below is available for making contact)

Africa Contact Group for Mental Health and Deafness
PO Box 1169
Worcester, 6849
South Africa

+27/23/342 4092
+27/23/347 1052 fax

africa.deafnet (snail) deafcare.co.za (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The Africa Contact Group for Mental Health and Deafness [ACGMHD] consists of volunteer Deaf and hearing individuals, professionals and community leaders concerned about the health and well-being of Deaf people and their families on the African continent.

Objectives:

  • Unite efforts of all parties interested to improve the bio-psycho-socio-economic health and wellbeing of Deaf people and their families on the African continent
  • Strive for accessible, available, affordable, equal and appropriate health and mental health services for Deaf people and their families on the African continent
  • Promote equal human rights for Deaf children and their families
  • Press for equal and quality education and training, free of communication barriers, for Deaf children and adults at school and teriary level
  • Press for Deaf participation and self-representation in all public and political processes in Society in the spirit of "Nothing about us without us"
  • Promote parent and family guidance programmes for families with Deaf members
  • Promote opportunities for Deaf people to provide mental health services for Deaf people
  • Promote training of Deaf and Hearing professionals in mental health and deafness
  • Promote respect for Deaf peoples' language and culture
  • Sensitize African structures such as The Pan African Union, NEPAD, and SADC of the need for accessible and appropriate mental health services for Deaf people in countries on the African Continent
  • Liaise and co-operate with the United Nations and the World Federation for the Deaf as well as other relevant world organizations.
  • Encourage data collection and research on the situation relating to the mental health of Deaf people in countries on the African continent
  • Disseminate knowledge, skills and expertise relating to the health and well-being of Deaf people and their familiies
  • Facilitate interaction / In-depth discussion / debate between individuals and role players concerned with the mental health of Deaf people in countries on the African Continent
  • Stimulate the development of and provide support for networks furthering parent and guidance programs for Deaf children and their families.
  • Convene international symposiums, thematic seminars, study visits, exchange of good practice and other activities to support the aims of ACGMHD
  • Exchange information and ideas on mental health and deafness in countries on the African continent
  • Enhance participation of countries on the African continent and organizations relevant to mental health and deafness

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  Africa Telehealth Group   

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Contact:
(The colored link below is available for more information)

Africa Telehealth Group
180 Lees Avenue
Suite 1001
Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5J6
Canada

613/233 4996
325/277 8574
613/569 3340 fax

oryemajohnson (snail) africatelehealth.org (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The mission of the Africa Telehealth Group is to develop and implement commercially and economically viable telehealth services in Africa and to increase opportunities for North American health service professionals and technology companies to participate in this key sector.

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  African-American Community Health Network [AACHN]   

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About:


African-American Community Health Network [AACHN] is an African-American owned and operated non-profit health services and development corporation in Washington. The agency was founded as the NW Multi-Cultural Health Institute in 1993.

The mission of AACHN is to improve the health status of the underserved, especially African-Americans. This will be accomplished through exemplary community and economic development programs. This includes culturally responsive health care delivery systems, health promotion, disease and injury prevention programs, health education and outreach, and comprehensive and creative long term care services and facilities.

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  African Association of Psychiatrists and Allied Professionals [AAPAP]   



Contact:
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African Association of Psychiatrists and Allied Professionals
c/o Department of Psychiatry
University College Hospital
Ibadan, Oyo State
Nigeria

+234/8057943775

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About:


The African Association of Psychiatrists and Allied Professionals [AAPAP] was established in 2002.

The official publication of AAPAP is the African Journal of Psychiatry.

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  African Counselling Network [ACN]   

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Contact:
(The link below is available for getting more information)

African Counselling Network

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About:


The African Counselling Network [ACN] is a group of individuals interested in the development of counselling in Africa

Objectives:

  • Establish a network of counsellors and counsellor educators with an interest in counselling in Africa
  • Develop counselling theory and practice that is appropriate for the African context
  • Form working relationships with counselling organizations both in and outside of Africa
  • Disseminate information on counselling, counsellor education and counsellor supervision
  • Recognize the achievement of African counsellors

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  African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect [ANPPCAN]   


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  African Society for Traumatic Stress Studies [AfSTSS]   



Contact:
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African Society for Traumatic Stress Studies [AfSTSS]
c/o Merle Friedman, President
Senderwood
28 Spencer Avenue
Bedfordview 2007
South Africa

+27/11/453-3489
+27/11/453-3489 fax

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  Age Concern England, The National Council on Ageing   

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Contact:


Age Concern England
Astral House
1268 London Road
London SW16 4ER
United Kingdom

+44/20/8765 7200
0800 00 99 66
+44/20/8765 7211 fax


About:


Age Concern England is the largest organisation in the UK working with and for older people. It provides direct help to over 1 million people annually through its local services and offers information on many topics.

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  United States Department of Health and Human Services [DHHS], Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality [AHRQ]   

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Contact:
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Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
2101 East Jefferson Street
Suite 501
Rockville, MD 20852

301/594-1364

info (snail) ahrq.gov (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality [AHRQ] was originally established in 1989 as the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research [AHCPR]. As part of the US Department of Health and Human Services [DHHS], AHRQ is the lead agency charged with supporting research designed to improve the quality of health care, reduce its cost, and broaden access to essential services. AHRQ's broad programs of research bring practical, science-based information to medical practitioners and to consumers and other health care purchasers. AHRQ supports the development of evidence reports through its 12 Evidence-based Practice Centers and the dissemination of evidence-based guidelines through the Agency's National Guideline Clearinghouse.

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  Aging Network Services   

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Contact:
(The link below is available for more detail)

Aging Network Services
4400 East-West Highway
Suite 907
Bethesda, MD 20814

301/657-4329
301/657-3250 fax

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About:


Aging Network Services advises adult children on selecting a geriatric care manager for their parents.

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  Agoraphobics in Motion   

(Please click on the above for its home page)



Contact:


Agoraphobics in Motion
1719 Crooks Street
Royal Oak, MI 48067

810/547-0400

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