Please note: dates have changed and groups are now starting November 1, 2021.
Two new online DDP Study Groups, through the George Hull Centre Institute, Canada, are starting this November, 2021.
They will be facilitated by Sian Phillips, Ph.D., C.Psych and DDP Trainer, and Kristin Gionfriddo, MSW, RSW, and run using Zoom.
“These working groups are an opportunity to come together to talk about and practice Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy skills. We hope to get curious together about what is working or those areas where you feel you may need more practice or knowledge. We will use discussion, role-play in large and small groups, as well as peer support to further embed DDP principles into your practice.
Our intention in having a small working group of 25 people is to ensure we have the opportunity to explore the moments, the themes, and issues that are relevant to group members – the good, the bad and the ugly!“
The two groups available are a Monday group (9am-11am EST) and a Tuesday group (4-6pm EST), and they start from November 1, 2021, dates as follows:
Monday group: Nov 1, Dec 6, Jan 3, Feb 7, Mar 7, Apr 4, May 2, Jun 6, Jun 27, Sep 12 (9am-11am EST)
Tuesday Group: Nov 2, Dec 7, Jan 4, Feb 8, Mar 8, Apr 5, May 3, Jun 7, Jun 28, Sep 13 (4-6pm EST)
The cost for all 12 meetings is $500 CAD and the groups are open to anyone with DDP exposure (applicants don’t need to have completed DDP Level One or Level Two). Attendees do not need to live in Canada to register.
For more information please visit our Study Group event page. You can book your place directly on the George Hull Centre Institute Eventbrite page and if you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.