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NP0023 The Emotion Revolution: Harnessing Mind, Body and Soul in the Consulting Room

This blog focuses on discussion regarding the course The Emotion Revolution: Harnessing Mind, Body and Soul in the Consulting Room.
 
 

Using Mindfulness to Accept Emotionality: Deepening the Moment with Diana Fosha

 

The Emotion Revolution: NP0023 – Session 6

Explore how to use mindfulness and meta-processing to help clients witness and accept, rather than avoid, their emotional processes. Learn from Diana Fosha, the developer of Accelerated Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) and director of the AEDP Institute, how to understand the role of mindfulness and meta-processing in helping clients accept their emotions, how to define "glimmers of growth" and the importance of growth with clients who have experienced trauma, and how to explain the significance of helping clients learn how to stay in the present moment.


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08.29.2012   Posted In: NP0023 The Emotion Revolution: Harnessing Mind, Body and Soul in the Consulting Room   By Psychotherapy Networker
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  • Not available avatar leticia 08.31.2012 21:04
    What a great and inspiring series 0n emotion. So often and incredibly perhaps not well managed by us therapists, thanks to all the participants and specially to Rich for putting together one more series that I follow every week.
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  • 0 avatar Mary C MacDonald 09.02.2012 16:24
    Another great series. Thank you for this. I am, however, amazed as an expressive therapist and board-certified music therapist with training in art therapy, that work with the emotions appears new. Isn't this what we do?
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  • Not available avatar John Rollins 09.03.2012 20:54
























    Diana, I like your point of view, style, and voice! Your therapy,it occured to me, parallels Soren Kierkegaard's categories of "immediacy", "reflection" and "immediacy beyond reflection"--like the systems I and II (of Conoman? Rich spoke of), and III (the last you added). Your notice and reflective question on the client's small incongruous smile (immediacy) opened a doorway to her (re?)experience of the rich connection she had with her mother and her sense of self--a vital transformational/integrative moment or "immediacy beyond reflection".
    John



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