Sue Campbell helps parents to understand their role in their children's emotional wellbeing
View resource: Influencing the Adults around our Clients
Summary document of newly completed research project from 'Looking to the Future: Celebrating the launch of DDP Connects UK' 2017
View resource: Adoptive Parent’s Experiences of Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy
Update document from 'Looking to the Future: Celebrating the launch of DDP Connects UK' 2017
View resource: DDP Research Update 2017 – Ben Gurney-Smith
The Nurturing Attachments groupwork programme is a DDP-informed intervention developed by Kim Golding.
In 2016 the UK Government's DfE funded Adoptionplus to carry out an evaluation of the programme across 4 geographical sites for adoptive families.
View resource: A Quantitative and Qualitative Evaluation of the Nurturing Attachments Group Programme
Why it’s crucial to help parents resolve their ambivalence towards the mistrusting child
View resource: Parental Compassion and Attachment Focused Treatment
Hannah Sun-Reid is a Certified Child Psychotherapist and Play Therapist Supervisor, a Certified Theraplay Therapist, a Certified Trauma Specialist, a Certified Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapist, a Sandtray-Worldplay Therapist and an EMDR therapist. Hannah has more than 20 years experience working with children and families who experience life challenges including trauma and loss. She also provides training and supervision. She lives and works in southern Ontario, Canada.
View resource: Arthur’s Journey. A case study of integrated therapy process
‘Examining Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy as a treatment for adopted and foster children: A review of research and theory’
The Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Institute (DDPI) Board members make the following statement in response to an article written by Dr Jean Mercer and published in Research on Social Work Practice, 2014. Vol. 24(6) 715-‐724.
View resource: DDPI Board statement in response to an article written by Dr Jean Mercer in Research on Social Work Practice, 2014. Vol. 24 (6) 715-724.