Dr. Kahlila Robinson, PhD
Dr. Robinson is a City University of New York trained licensed clinical psychologist with advanced training in attachment-focused therapy modalities for children, families, and adults. She is a therapist in private practice in New York City, as well as the Director of the Healthy Steps Parent Mental Health program at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx. She has been training in AEDP for seven years, including through structured training, group and individual supervision. She is currently a Level III AEDP clinician.
Celeste Froehlich, LCSW-R
Celeste Froehlich, LCSW-R is in private practice in Ithaca NY, and is a member of AEDP of the Finger Lakes. She has been practicing as an AEDP therapist for approximately 6 years, and is an AEDP Level 3 therapist. She is supervised by Kate Halliday, and has been an experiential assistant at AEDP Institute ES1 and Immersion courses over the past couple of years. She has a background in trauma and refugee mental health. When not with clients, she can be found in her garden or paddling on Cayuga lake.
Rebecca Lee, LMSW
- AEDP Level 3 & Essential Skills Assistant
- Private practice for ages 12+
- Serving individuals and couples
- Specializing in complex trauma, attachment repair, LGBTQ issues
Kate Halliday, LCSW-R
- AEDP Institute Faculty Member
- Certified AEDP Therapist
- Certified AEDP Supervisor
- Offering in-person and online supervision.
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As an AEDP teacher and supervisor, Natasha emphasizes the value for therapists in using themselves in the healing process; she has extensively written and taught about effective use of language and the use of judicious self-disclosure to facilitate secure attachment in each therapeutic relationship.
Natasha Prenn, LCSW, is a Senior Faculty member of the AEDP (Accelerated Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy) Institute. Natasha was drawn to AEDP because of its focus on how to actually help people change! Natasha is an engaging teacher, is noted for her ability to translate AEDP theory into user-friendly steps, and for her enthusiastic belief that the mechanisms of AEDP are teachable and therefore learnable skills.
With Diana Fosha, she is the author of the guidebook for AEDP supervision: Supervision Essentials for Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (2016).