Exploring DDP themes in the documentary SAM NOW
Narratives, leadership and Dyadic Developmental Practice
Bartley's Books; Separation Anxiety
A book for children and for those helping them after someone close has died
A book for adopters, carers and professionals working with children who are moving to a new family - By Your Side
Creative Ideas for Therapy, Life Story Work, Direct Work and Parenting
Kim S. Golding “Using stories to build bridges with traumatized children” DDP UK Conference Proceedings Birmingham 10-11 Nov 2014
The search for stories is at the heart of DDP and a natural extension of this is the creating of fictional stories as an indirect way to share experience with families. In this presentation Kim shared her reflections about finding stories in her work with children, families and practitioners. She introduced her book, published this summer, read us a story.
How do we tell and listen to stories? In her presentation on Monday 6th October Julie talked about the importance of telling our stories and bearing witness to other’s stories. Julie also explored the collaborative process of telling and hearing in preparation for her experiential workshop on Tuesday 7th October.