Therapy Models & Techniques that Inform Our Work Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) Heal Relational Wounds & Discover Your Resilience Therapists trained in Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) use times of suffering to help clients achieve healing. Developed by Dr. Diana Fosha, the AEDP model views periods of crisis and suffering as opportunities for growth. It is in our vulnerability that we are most open to and able to achieve change. The AEDP therapist assists clients in harnessing the power of his or her emotions to make significant life changes. This change can occur at times when the ability to experience positive change may seem most unlikely. The AEDP therapist supports the client in finding the capacity for healing often previously unknown and untapped. By working with clients' emotional experiences within the security of the therapeutic relationship, AEDP practitioners form an alliance with the client towards creating lasting change and healing.