Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP)

Local experts in Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP)

Justice Arledge LPC Associate, MS (he/him)

Professional Counselor Associate

master's in clinical mental health counseling

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Aletha Eastwood (she/her)

Professional Counselor Associate

MA, Certified Hakomi Therapist, National Certified Counselor, Level 1 AEDP therapist

AEDP recognizes that relational traumas occur when we are isolated in our experience in the face of overwhelming emotions. We become contracted around this traumatic experience, unable to move forward. Healing occurs in undoing the aloneness, giving space to gently re-orient the contraction toward our natural curiosity and creativity. In working together, we can rebuild your capacity to be with your emotions, out of survival mode, and into your natural state of flourishing.

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Teresa Zahariades, LCSW (she/her)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

"Become stronger at the broken places" is the tagline for AEDP and it is the core of my approach to therapy. Very much rooted in neurobiology, presence-focused therapies, AEDP is designed to work on attachment and trauma issues from a deep, resonant place.

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Josie Bilbao Bourke (she/her)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LCSW, LICSW

Level I

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Jill Hsieh (she/her/hers)

Professional Counselor Associate

PCA

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Spencer Uemura (he/him)

Clinical Social Work Associate

CSWA

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E.K. (Emily) Frey (she / they)

Licensed Professional Counselor

AEDP Immersion (2021), AEDP Essential Skills 1 (2022). Level 2 AEDP therapist.

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Meredith Noble (she/her)

Professional Counselor Associate

MA, Certified Body Trust® Provider

AEDP is my primary approach to therapy. AEDP practitioners believe that trauma happens when a person has to face overwhelming emotions without adequate support. We believe that helping people “undo their aloneness” in supportive, gentle ways can facilitate healing and transformation. AEDP is relational and attachment-focused (uses the relationship of the client and counselor heavily), experiential (focuses on experiences rather than stories/talk therapy), and somatic (uses the body).

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Bethany Haug (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

LPC

I'm currently engaged in AEDP training and supervision.

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Amanda Feaver, MA, LPC (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

LPC

Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) is a bilateral eye movement therapy that utilizes memory reconsolidation and voluntary image replacement to process events that have led to experiences of being stuck and/or post-traumatic stress. Most people require 1-5 sessions to process specific events. This is not an ongoing treatment, many folks come in to do a few sessions of ART while working with another long-term therapist.

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Aaron Altman (He/him)

Professional Counselor Associate

MS clinical mental health counseling, completing in May 2023

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Shay Larken

Professional Counselor Associate

MA, Professional Counselor Associate, NCC

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Hayden Collier

Licensed Professional Counselor

LPC, CADC-I

Level 2

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Catherine Cooney (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

MS, LPC, CSAT

A blend of interpersonal neurobiology, attachment theory, emotion theory, affective neuroscience and body-focused approaches, AEDP seeks to create transformational experiences through the in-depth processing of difficult emotional and relational experiences within the safe therapeutic relationship.

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Dr. Nicholas Hong (he/him)

Clinical Psychologist

PhD

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Susan Lehman (she/her)

Reverend

CPDT, HART, life coach

I work with crystals and their energies to help create and amplify personal healing and intentions.

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