We provide information about Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, how to become certified in DDP, the parenting approach, resources, training courses and conferences.
DDP stands for Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy. It is a therapy and parenting approach that uses what we know about attachment and trauma to help children and families with their relationships.More About DDP
DDP recognises the vital role that adoptive parents, foster parents and caregivers have in helping children. Find out how the therapy and the parenting approach could help you and your family.
If you are looking for help, find your nearest practitioner in DDP.For Parents & Carers Find a practitioner or therapist
Find out how DDP can help children and families, how the approach can help your practice and how to make links with other therapists and practitioners.
The Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Training Institute (DDPI) tells you how to become certified as a practitioner in DDP.For Professionals About DDPI
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