AEDP – is an experiential, psychodynamic modality based in attachment theory and brain science. In AEDP we work experientially towards healing trauma and suffering, and toward expanding emergent positive transformational experiences.
Trauma, family conflict, parenting support, family systems with addiction, young adults
Integrative, evidence-based, and intersectional scientist-practitioner incorporating CBT, DBT, ACT, multicultural therapy, and humanistic principles. Warm and genuine approach, sprinkled with humor. All services provided virtually via HIPAA-compliant and encrypted video conferencing software.
Populations served: Adolescent and adult BIPOC; refugees, asylum-seekers, and other immigrants (including first and second generation); justice system-involved persons; HIV+ individuals; and people with autism spectrum disorder. LGBTQ+, kink-, and non-monogamy-friendly and inclusive of all races, genders, national origins, sexual orientations, religions, sizes, and abilities. Areas of emphasis: Trauma/PTSD and identity-based oppression, depression and bipolar disorder, anxiety, anger and other interpersonal problems, identity exploration, and life transitions.