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Feeling Like a Man: Using AEDP to Overcome Shame and Heal Attachment Trauma with Gay and Straight Men

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 05/13/2017
All Day

Location
Mt. Sinai West

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Presenters: Ben Lipton, LCSW & Ben Medley, LCSW-R

Using extensive videotape from their clinical work, the presenters will illustrate specific ways that AEDP can be used to address the therapeutic needs of men that so often center on shame and aloneness.

In Feeling Like a Man you’ll learn:

  • How homophobia and heterosexism impact both gay and straight men
  • How to recognize and undo shame with male clients
  • How to use AEDP – including self-disclosure and dyadic regulation of affect – to undo aloneness and foster secure connection with male clients
  • How to use the AEDP technique of metaprocessing to anchor new emotional and relational experiences to help heal trauma and build resilience

CE: 6.25

Course Fee: $145 Members, $160 non-members, $170 Walk-in

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For CE related questions or general questions about this Seminar call
Karen Newell at 866-992-9399 x105

“The AEDP Model is both cognitive and somatic, it includes the whole person, is very heart directed and includes the new neuroscience that informs all of this work.“ 
— Dr. Ian MacNaughton, MBA, PhD

Benjamin LiptonBenjamin Lipton, LCSW, is a founding, Senior Faculty member of the AEDP Institute.  He teaches and supervises clinicians learning AEDP around the US and abroad.  Ben’s open, engaging teaching style and skill in translating complex ideas into clear and accessible learning points receives consistent praise from his audiences. Ben has numerous publications in textbooks, journals, and magazines. He maintains a private practice in New York City.

Ben Medley LCSW-R, has a private practice in the Flatiron District, NYC where he works with individuals and couples. Ben earned his degree with NYU’s clinical social work program and is a Certified AEDP Therapist as well as a Certified Emotionally Focused Couples Therapist.  Before private practice, he worked as a therapist in the Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services outpatient mental health clinic as a member of their LGBTQ treatment unit.