Julie Hudson’s DDP Level One training delivered in London this January included a wide mix of professions included delegates from Saudi Arabia and Greece.
The Greek women, from Roots Research Center NGO in Athens let Julie know about a multicultural and interdisciplinary group aimed at caring for the carers in mental health on the Greek Island of Evia, 20-23rd February 2020. On this cold wet February morning Julie couldn’t resist circulating information for anyone who has the interest, time and resources to attend.
This group is open to all nationalities. Working languages are Greek and English, translation will be provided in these two languages.
For more information visit the Caring for the Carers Encounter Group page.
If you have any questions contact either Ioanna Papadopoulou (0030 697 679 0713) or Maria Kontarini (0030 698 606 3608 / 0031653881646 whatsapp).
DDP Level One is the introductory 28-hour DDP training course for professionals and therapists who work therapeutically with children and young people, and their families, who have experienced developmental trauma and have attachment difficulties.
All upcoming DDP Level One and Two trainings can be found on DDP Connects UK Events and Training.