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
Guidance for practitioners and services
View resource: Measurement in DDP
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
Sian and Demi's presentation outlined their experiences of developing The Belong Program. This program actively bringing PACE into a school classroom environment. The initial results from outcome study are encourging.
View resource: Sian Phillips & Deni Melim. Belong-Bringing PACE into class. DDP Canada Conf Proceedings 6-8 Oct 2014
‘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.
This is a publication of the Division of Clinical Psychology Faculty for Children, Young People and Their Families. The review's mission is to promote and share good quality clinical writing and research within the field of child, adolescent and family clinical psychology by publishing annual themed editions expressing a range of views and ideas and research around a pertinent topic. The authors of this paper are all Chartered/Registered Psychologists, Therapists and DDP Practitioners and Consultants who either work in the NHS or Independent Practice.
View resource: Dyadic Developmental Practice (DDP): A framework for Therapeutic Intervention and Parenting