Commissioning Training in Dyadic Developmental

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Commissioning Training in Dyadic Developmental
Practice (DDP)
DDP was originally developed by Dan Hughes as a therapeutic intervention for families who
were fostering or had adopted children with significant developmental trauma and insecurity
of attachment. It is called Dyadic Developmental Practice both to focus attention on the
importance of reciprocity in parenting, caregiving and therapy, and also to draw attention to
the fact that abuse, neglect and trauma can seriously impact on the child’s developmental age
and stage.
Whilst DDP was originally developed as a therapy it has a much broader application as
Dyadic Developmental Practice. This provides a set of principles that can support networks;
inform and enrich parenting; and can support the child outside of the home eg in residential
settings and at school
This intervention is theoretically based on the models of attachment theory and
intersubjectivity, and is consistent with the needs of children and young people who have
experienced developmental trauma.
Participants are referred to the AFFT workbook, which underpins this training:
Attachment-Focused Family Therapy Workbook by Daniel A.
Hughes, Norton, 2011
There are currently 6 trainers in the UK who are certified to deliver Level One and Two
Trainings.
Geraldine Casswell
Edwina Grant
Sue Drake
Julie Hudson
Kim Golding
Alison Keith
DDP Trainers in the UK all charge the same rates for providing this training:
Introduction to Dyadic Developmental Practice
Some of the trainers offer one day trainings to provide an introduction to DDP. This day is
suitable for professionals and parents/carers. It introduces DDP and the underlying theoretical
principles and considers how this framework can be applied to therapeutic interventions,
introducing the clinical principles. It additionally explores DDP as a framework to inform
therapeutic parenting/caregiving. Attendees are introduced to PACE and the importance of
being mind-minded. Finally DDP-informed behavioural management recognises the
importance of emotional connection if the child is to build security whilst also managing
discipline and boundaries.
Trainer Fee
= £900 per day.
No trainer needs to charge VAT on top.
Travel and accommodation expenses would be an extra and will be negotiated with the
individual trainers.
The group size can be negotiated with the individual trainer but is typically 30 – 60. In some
circumstances this can be increased after negotiation with the individual trainer.
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DDP Level One Training
This is a 28-hour training course relevant to professionals and therapists who have experience
in communicating with and working therapeutically with children and young people and their
families. It is focused on families –foster, adoptive and kinship care - and residential care
homes when children have experienced past developmental trauma and have associated
attachment difficulties.
It provides the knowledge and practice necessary for attendees to apply DDP principles to
their work with developmentally traumatized children and their families. Further information
about the content of Level 1 Training can be found on the website www.ddpnetwork.org
Courses can run for 4 consecutive days, 2 x 2 days or 1 x 4 days.
One trainer = £900 per day, £3600 for the 4 days.
Two trainers = £1200 per day, £4800 for the 4 days
No trainer needs to charge VAT on top.
Travel and accommodation expenses would be an extra and will be negotiated with the
individual trainers.
Maximum group size = 24 people with one trainer
Maximum group size = 30 people with two trainers
DDP Level Two Training
This is a 28 hour training course. It is available to those who have undertaken Level 1
building on the skills and knowledge developed in the first training. It is for practitioners who
want to further develop their DDP skills, sometimes with a view to going on to do the
certification practicum. Participants experience consultation on their work in a group context,
have an opportunity for case discussion, more in depth training and have some time in small
groups of 2-3 to explore their own attachment history.
Courses can run for 4 consecutive days, 2 x 2 days or 1 x 4 days.
One trainer = £900 per day, £3600 for the 4 days.
(Larger group size might be possible with two trainers, but this needs individually negotiating
and depends upon the amount of individual case discussion and consultation required).
No trainer needs to charge VAT on top.
Travel and accommodation expenses would be an extra and will be negotiated with the
individual trainers.
Maximum group size = 15
Website
ddpnetwork.org enables training events to be publicised free to help with marketing.
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