Certification as a Trainer in Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP) is described in the following process and documents.
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Certification as a Trainer in Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP)
The certification process to become a Trainer in DDP, called the Trainer Practicum, is a supervised skills-based process that requires applicants to demonstrate the core skills required to train practitioners and organisations in all aspects of DDP. The process is described in these four sections:
- What is required before starting the Trainer Practicum?
- What is the Trainer Practicum process?
- Completing the Trainer Practicum
- How to keep and maintain Trainer certification
Applicable materials available to download
Details of all DDPI Fees