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Register now for the Online DDP International Conference, June 2021

14 April 2021
2021 DDP International Online Conference, hosted in Canada

Join us for the Online 2021 DDP International Conference, Canada from June 14-16.

Hosted by The George Hull Centre Institute for Childhood Trauma & Attachment, Ontario, Canada, and supported by DDPI, the whole 3 day conference will be going ahead online for the first-time.

The theme for this year is ‘Connection at the Core: DDP as a Framework for Addressing Relational Trauma across models and systems’. It will feature internationally renowned speakers in the fields of Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy and Practice, AEDP (Accelerated Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy), and include workshops, presentations and panels.

It is open to all professionals and students who work with children as well as parents and caregivers. Participants will have access to a recording of the conference until July 16, 2021, and depending on the ticket, access to pre-recorded on-demand content and a live Q&A on June 14.

Speakers include Dr. Dan Hughes, DDP founder, and Dr. Diana Fosha, developer of AEDP and director and founder of the AEDP Institute.

They will be joined by featured presenters including Dr. Patricia Vickers, Indigenous teacher, artist, psychotherapist and spiritual director; Dr. Helen Minnis, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Glasgow; Dr. Jon Baylin, Clinical Psychologist and author; Hon. Dr. Jean Augustine CBE, advocate for social justice and former politician; and Randy Maldonado, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and DDPI RESJ Committee member.

More information about this exciting event can be found on the Online 2021 DDP International Conference page including booking information and the conference programme. All conference times given are in EST (Eastern Standard Time).

You can book your place directly by visiting the link below:

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Please direct all enquiries to The George Hull Centre Institute at and we look forward to seeing you there.