A child need to experience a relationship with an adult to feel part of another core existence.
Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP) was developed by Dan Hughes, Phd clinical Psychologist. DDP is an attachment focused treatment for childhood trauma and attachment. The treatment has expanded to become a more wider treatment model for family systems and systems that support childhood attachment and trauma. Dyadic Developmental Parenting It is a parenting approach that assist parents with therapeutic parenting of children who may have experienced trauma or attachment traits.
Carly has achieved level one and two training in Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy in 2013 and 2015 . She is a certified DDP Practitioner. Her supervisor in DDP is Dr Vicky Sutton, clinical psychologist, consultant and DDPI approved trainer.
Please see DDP Connect UK website for a wide source of information, articles and shared tools for working.
Permission has been granted from Julia Hudson, DDP Connects uk.
PACE parenting and practice stands for:
Playfulness, acceptance, curiosity and empathy. Please see www.ddpnetwork.org for more information.
PACE is a way of thinking, feeling, communicating and behaving that aims to make the Child feel safe. It is based upon how parents connect with their very young infants. As with young toddlers, with safety the child can begin to explore.
With PACE, the troubled child can start to look at himself and let others start to see him, or get closer emotionally. He can start to trust.
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