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AEDP REFERENCES

DVD
Fosha, D. (2006). Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy with Diana Fosha
Ph.D. Systems of Psychotherapy APA Video Series # 4310759.
www.apa.org/videos/4310759.html

BOOKS
Fosha, D. (2000). The transforming power of affect: A model for accelerated change.
New York: Basic Books.
Fosha, D., Siegel, D. J., & Solomon, M. F. (Eds.), (2009). The healing power of
emotion: Affective neuroscience, development, clinical practice. New York: Norton.
Frederick, R. (2009). Living like you mean it: Use the wisdom and power of your
emotions to get the life you really want. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Russell, E. (in preparation). On resilience. New York: Norton.
Yeung, D. & Cheung, C. (2008). The rainbow after: Psychological trauma and
Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy. Hong Kong: Ming Fung Press. (in
Chinese).

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