Online DDP Study Group Canada, Sian Phillips & Kristin Gionfriddo, 2022-23

May 16, 2022 (9:00 am - 11:00 am EST)
United States

Kristin Gionfriddo headshotDr. Sian PhillipsFacilitators: Sian Phillips & Kristin Gionfriddo

This DDP Study Group includes 10 two-hour virtual sessions over the course of a year which will provide training, opportunities for practice, and consultation.

It is a practical working group that will give participants an opportunity to come together to talk about and practice Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy skills. Current participants say they feel increased motivation and support to move from DDP theory to practice, they have become more skilled, and they appreciate having a place where they can problem solve with current cases.

The group uses discussion, role-play in large and small groups, taped case examples, as well as peer support to more confidently embed DDP principles into your practice.

The group will meet on Mondays (dates below) from 9am to 11am EST, and will be facilitated by Dr. Sian Phillips, PhD, CPsych, and Kristin Gionfriddo, MSW, RSW.

It is open to anyone with DDP exposure (applicants don’t need to have completed DDP Level One or Level Two). You do not have to live in Canada in order to attend.

More information and bookings

Dates and times: Monday (9am to 11am EST, Toronto time)
2022: May 16, June 20, July 18, Sep 19, Oct 17, Nov 21
2023: Jan 16, Feb 20, Mar 20, Apr 17

Cost: $500 CAD (for all 10 meetings)
Cost does not include Eventbrite fee.

Venue: Online using Zoom

Organizer: George Hull Centre Institute of Childhood Trauma and Attachment, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

For more information and to register:

Register online: Eventbrite – Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Study Groups

More information: Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Study Groups – George Hull Centre Institute


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