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Dyadic Developmental Practice and Psychotherapy (DDP) – Level 2 Training

This Level 2, four-day course on Dyadic Developmental Practice, Psychotherapy and Parenting (DDP), builds on the ideas and skills introduced in Level 1. It focuses on gaining a deeper understanding of the theory, successes and barriers experienced by participants in applying the model in practice, more videos and discussion of DDP and the impact of participant’s own attachment experiences.

This training is open to clinical psychologists, social workers, psychotherapists and other practitioners who have completed the four-day Level 1 training and are beginning to use the principles and interventions in their day-to-day clinical work. It is helpful if participants have examples of their own DDP practice, such as case studies and/or recordings, to share with the group.

This is phase two of becoming certified as a DDP practitioner. After completing Level 2 you can apply to become certified as a practitioner in DDP. For detailed information go to ddpnetwork.org. Participants do not have to be planning to certify in the model to take Level 2.

This training will take place at the Youth Services Bureau in Ottawa, ON on June 19 – 22, 2018 and the registration fee is $750 which includes all course materials and refreshment breaks. For more information about this training, view this flyer.

To register contact us at 866.347.0041 or by email at [email protected]

This training is facilitated by Betty J.B. Brouwer, certified DDP practitioner, consultant and trainer. Betty is currently chair of the DDPI board. Betty is a registered psychotBetty updated againherapist and she is also a registered art therapist and play therapist.

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Dyadic Developmental Practice and Psychotherapy (DDP) – Level 1 Training

This is an introductory four-day training course on Dyadic Developmental Practice, Psychotherapy and Parenting (DDP), an intervention model developed by Dr. Daniel Hughes, Clinical Psychologist, USA. DDP is based on attachment theory and interpersonal neurobiology and is consistent with the needs of children and young people who have experienced developmental trauma.

This training is relevant to professionals and therapists who work with children and young people with trauma-attachment problems and their foster, adoptive or birth families and who want to increase their skill set of attachment focused treatment. This is phase one of becoming certified as a DDP practitioner. For more information on certification, visit ddpnetwork.org 

The training will be held at the George Hull Centre, 81 The East Mall, Etobicoke on June 4 – 7, 2018. The registration fee is $750 and includes all training materials and refreshment breaks. For more information please view this flyer.

To register call 866.347.0041 or contact us by email at [email protected]

This training is facilitated by Betty J.B. Brouwer, certified DDP practitioner, consultant and trainer. Betty is currently chair of the DDPI board. Betty is a registered psychotBetty updated againherapist and she is also a registered art therapist and play therapist.

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Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Institute presents: 2018 International Conference

The October 2018 Conference is an excellent opportunity for all professionals to learn more about how Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy is an effective way of working with children and families who have experienced interpersonal trauma.

Dyadic Developmental Practice and Psychotherapy (DDP) is an intervention model developed by Dr. Daniel Hughes, Clinical Psychologist, USA. DDP is based on attachment theory, intersubjectivity theory and interpersonal neurobiology.

Join us on October 22 – 24, 2018 for three days of learning more about DDP and its application to therapists, schools, residential programs, and organizations. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to learn from leading experts and to network with other professionals.

For full conference details, view this flyer.

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