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    American Psychological Association presents ; produced by Governors State University, Division of Digital Learning and Media Design.
    "Aloneness is the center of emotional suffering, therefore undoing aloneness is key to processing the overwhelming emotions of trauma. AEDP (accelerated Experiental Dynamic Psychotherapy) is a phase-oriented treatment that is attachment-based and developed with interventions to do several things simultaneously: undo the client's isolation in the therapeutic dyad, dyadically regulate and experientially process the emotions of trauma, and metatherapeutically process the experience of transformation to systematically support the client's sense of resilience, creativity, and wellbeing. Over the course of six therapy sessions, Dr. Diana Fosha demonstrates AEDP's intimate, moment-to-moment work as she helps a client suffering from intense unresolved traumatic emotions."--Container.
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