Portland AEDP Fall Salon
Nov
3
5:30 PM17:30

Portland AEDP Fall Salon

Join us for an evening of socializing, watching clinical work, and discussion. There will be wine & snacks and good company :)

Cost is $10

You can pay cash at time of event or you can venmo ahead of time to: @emily-bilbao-1

If venmo-ing, please put “fall salon” in the notes.

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Oct
6
9:00 AM09:00

Ron Frederick Master Class

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AEDP Master Class with Ron Frederick, PhD

The work of AEDP requires that we, as clinicians, have a deep understanding of how our own early attachment experiences may play a role in our work with clients.  In this AEDP Master Class with Dr. Ron Frederick, we will explore how we can more reliably identify and make use of our own felt experience to affect growth, healing, and change with our clients.  Through lecture, videotape clinical material, and individual supervision in a group context, you will have the opportunity and space to sensitize yourself to and learn how to make optimal use of your feelings while increasing your capacity for emotional presence and relational work.  We will pay special attention to identifying out attachment related experience, increasing our ability to manage emotional reactions and triggers, navigate and make sense of challenging moments in treatment, and maintain an open, grounded presence.  In addition, we will explore ways in which we can bring our authentic selves more fully into the therapeutic encounter that can enliven, deepen, and accelerate the process.  You will leave this master class with an expanded repertoire of tools to transform both your life and clinical work. 

Four participants will have the opportunity for consultation of their video work with clients in which they are struggling, stuck, or feeling challenged in some way. 

Ronald J. Frederick, PhD, is a licensed psychologist whose career has focused on the transforming power of emotional and relational experience.  He is a Founding and Senior Faculty member of the AEDP Institute, co-founder of the Center for Courageous Living in Beverly Hills, CA, and author of the award-winning book Living Like You Mean It (Jossey-Bass, 2009). Extensively trained by Dr. Diana Fosha, the developer of AEDP, he has been practicing and teaching AEDP for over twenty years and is actively involved in the training and supervision of psychotherapists internationally.  In addition, Dr. Frederick is a certified EMDR consultant.  Noted for his warmth, humor, and engaging presentation style, Dr. Frederick regularly leads workshops at the Cape Cod Institute, the Kripalu Center, and the Esalen Institute, has provided professional trainings for the Lifespan Learning Institute, CA, Professional Psych Seminars (PPS), and Premier Education Solutions (PESI), and frequently speaks to national, state, and local organizations.  He is currently working on his second book, Loving Like You Mean It (Central Recovery Press, 2018). 

Please note: In order to protect client confidentiality, registration for this workshop is limited to practitioners who have the training and educational qualifications to legally practice as a mental health practitioner, or who are enrolled in formal training  to work in the field.

6 CEUs are available and are included with registration fee.

 

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Oct
5
9:00 AM09:00

Ron Frederick, Phd Neuroplasticity in Action

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Rewiring Internal Working Models of Attachment

Early lessons about emotion and connection form instructional blueprints that get stored in memory systems outside of our awareness. Left unchallenged, they persist into adulthood and directly affect the ways we respond to our emotions and how we interact in our intimate relationships.  With its focus on the here-and-now relational experience, Accelerated Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) is ideally suited to unlocking and reworking internal working models of attachment.  This workshop will focus on both the theory and technique of AEDP making extensive use of videotaped clinical material.

By attending this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Explain the clinical implications of affective neuroscience and attachment studies.
  • Understand and demonstrate how the emotional engagement of the therapist can be  used to promote a corrective relational experience.
  • Demonstrate interventions to melt defenses, reduce and transform anxiety, and facilitate emotional healing.
  • Help your clients break free from old patterns and realize a broader range of personal and relational possibilities.

Ronald J. Frederick, PhD, is a licensed psychologist whose career has focused on the transforming power of emotional and relational experience.  He is a Founding and Senior Faculty member of the AEDP Institute, co-founder of the Center for Courageous Living in Beverly Hills, CA, and author of the award-winning book Living Like You Mean It (Jossey-Bass, 2009). Extensively trained by Dr. Diana Fosha, the developer of AEDP, he has been practicing and teaching AEDP for over twenty years and is actively involved in the training and supervision of psychotherapists internationally.  In addition, Dr. Frederick is a certified EMDR consultant.  Noted for his warmth, humor, and engaging presentation style, Dr. Frederick regularly leads workshops at the Cape Cod Institute, the Kripalu Center, and the Esalen Institute, has provided professional trainings for the Lifespan Learning Institute, CA, Professional Psych Seminars (PPS), and Premier Education Solutions (PESI), and frequently speaks to national, state, and local organizations.  He is currently working on his second book, Loving Like You Mean It (Central Recovery Press, 2018). 

Please note: In order to protect client confidentiality, registration for this workshop is limited to practitioners who have the training and educational qualifications to legally practice as a mental health practitioner, or who are enrolled in formal training  to work in the field.

6.5 CEUs are available and are included with registration fee. 

 

Register

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Jun
23
9:00 PM21:00

Portland AEDP Quarterly Salon

What is a Salon?

It is a gathering of our community for a learning opportunity as well as a chance to get to know one another.

Salons in AEDP can take a number of formats, but in our initial meetings we envision spending the first hour showing clinical video and then discussing that video. As our group evolves and gains experience, we may eventually be able to incorporate more of a peer supervision experience, but for now we will only be showing tape of faculty or very experienced AEDP clinicians. 

The cost is $10.   Date & Location TBD, check back for details

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