Kari Gleiser, PhD, is a senior faculty member of the AEDP Institute since 2006. In her practice, she specializes in AEDP to the treatment of complex trauma and dissociation. For 14 years, Dr. Gleiser was the co-founder/co-director of the Center for Integrative Health in Hanover, NH, a trauma center dedicated to multi-modal healing of mind, body and spirit. Dr. Gleiser has co-developed an "intra-relational" model of therapy that imports AEDP’s relational and experiential interventions to patients’ internal systems of dissociated self-states. Dr. Gleiser has written clinical papers and book chapters and presents internationally on trauma treatment. She also explores and presents on the intersection of psychotherapy and spirituality, as well as the emerging field of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy. When not working, she can be found running on forest trails of New England and Tuscany. Dr. Gleiser will move to Italy in the summer of 2024 and plans to build and nurture the European AEDP community with local trainings and workshops.