ANNANDALE APPROACH MEETS AEDP - What can we learn from each other?

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ANNANDALE APPROACH MEETS AEDP - What can we learn from each other?

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Participants: 12 practitioners who have completed the counselling programs or the Annandale Approach workshop with Michelle and her colleagues. If you are interested in participating, please begin by submitting an application detailing your Emotion-Focused training, clinical experience, and your interest in the training. Please contact Michelle.

Date: Friday May 29, 2020

Time: 9.30am-4.30pm

Cost: $250, or in 2 instalments of $125 and $125, plus GST. Payment for the day can be made in one single transaction or, alternatively, as two separate payment instalments prior to the day. Instalment 1, $125 is non-refundable and must be paid to secure your place. Instalment 2 must be paid 28 days prior to the scheduled date. Use the instalment bar below to select your preferred payment option. The GST component is added and declared during the checkout process and is noted on all invoices.

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ANNANDALE APPROACH MEETS AEDP - what can we learn from each other?

Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) was created by Diana Fosha in the 1990’s and has developed over the past two decades as a leading affect-based therapeutic model for change. AEDP is based on the assumption that we are all wired to self-right, to heal and to transform, given the right support and environment to do so. AEDP is described as being grounded in psychodynamic theory and informed by neuroscience, attachment theory, emotion theory and body-focused approaches. Can you hear the close ties with the Annandale Approach? 

Come along to discover what AEDP has to teach us about the role of the therapist as an emotionally-engaged participant in the process of psychotherapy, how we use our own version of the experience triangle as a framework for both the client and the therapy process and how their principles of transformance, dyadic affect regulation and metatherapeutic processing align with and differ from the Annandale Approach. 

In early 2019, Lisa Champion had the opportunity to participate in a five-day immersion training course in AEDP. Together with Michelle, we invite you to join us for an exciting day to explore how AEDP and the Annandale Approach can enrich one another.