Masterclass Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP) - Level 1  (C2412)

Erkende 28-urige DDP Level 1 training

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Voor kinderen met relationeel (ontwikkelings)trauma ontwikkelde Dan Hughes de Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy; een systeemgerichte behandelvorm. Belangrijk is een houding die je omschrijft als PACE: playfulness, acceptance, curiosity en empathy. Ervaringen uit het verleden en heden worden (v)erkend om te helen, emoties te leren reguleren en een narratief te vormen. Leer op 14 t/m 17 mei in Utrecht van 2 ervaren DDP trainers Michelle Hogeterp en Betty Brouwer hoe je dit toepast in de praktijk.
 
  • Inhoud

    Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP) can help children who have been hurt and/or neglected within their families in their early years. Children can be traumatized by these experiences and find it difficult to feel safe and secure within their new families. Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy has been developed by Dan Hughes over the past twenty years. It is based on a theoretical understanding of attachment and intersubjective relationships; and the impact of developmental trauma. In DDP the therapist helps the child's relationship with its parents/caregivers. He does this by talking with the child using an affective-reflective (a-r) dialogue. This is a conversation that involves feeling as well as thinking. The therapist explores all aspects of the child’s life; safe and traumatic; present and past. The therapist and parents’ intersubjective experience of the child helps the child get a different understanding. This becomes integrated into her autobiographical narrative. This in turn becomes more coherent.

    In this way the child experiences healing of past trauma and achieves safety within current relationships. The conversations and interactions (verbal and non-verbal) within the therapy room are all based upon PACE. This means that the therapist will be Playful, Accepting, Curious and Empathic. The therapist will talk in a way that is like telling a story rather than giving a lecture. Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy therefore involves the child and parents working together with the therapist. The child gains relationship experience which helps her to grow and heal emotionally. Family members develop healthy patterns of relating and communicating. This in turn leads to a less feelings of fear, shame or need to control within the family. Family members become open to each other’s inner life as well as their outward behaviour. The child is helped to respond to current experience and memories of past experience flexibly instead of through rigid and repetitive responses.

    We organize this masterclass training with the DDP Institute and are excited that this edition will be hosted by 2 trainers with Dutch roots, Michelle Hogeterp and Betty Brouwer. This training will be in English.

    Programme:


    Day One: Overview of model

    • Introduction to DDP
    • Theoretical foundations Theory, research and links between attachment, the impact of trauma and interpersonal neurobiology
    • Intersubjectivity theory
    • Introduction to the principles of therapeutic intervention, effective communication and parenting
    Day Two: Core Components of DDP
    • The role of PACE in communication
    • Affective-Reflective dialogue
    • Making sense of behaviour
    • Steps toward parent-child communication
    • Understanding shame, fear and rage
    • Helping children create coherent narratives about their life
    • Working with resistance
    • Trying not to problem solve before connection’s have been made with, and between, child and parent or caregiver
    Day Three: Working with parents & caregivers
    • Assessing parents and caregivers
    • Engagement with parents. Establishing and maintaining a relationship
    • Parental work, both as a stand-alone intervention and as preparation for therapy with the parent(s) and the child together
    • Parenting and providing care based on principles of attachment theory and research and what is known about the impact of trauma
    • The importance of the adult’s own attachment history
    • PACE for parents: How to help parents understand what PACE is, why it is helpful and how they can put “Parenting with PACE” into practice
    • Venting: How to help parents who vent to communicate in more reciprocal ways
    • The importance of understanding and addressing Blocked Care
    • Working with parental difficulties in providing care
    • Day-to-Day Parenting: Introducing a framework for parenting
    Day Four: Day-to-day Parenting, Application of DDP to different circumstances, Overview & integration of the course
    • Day-to-Day Parenting: a framework for parenting
    • Working with different client groups, populations and circumstances - Short term placements, residential care, birth families, individual children
    • Working with other agencies - Relationships with other professionals, such as health, social services and educational professionals
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    Verder
    Deze training valt onder de algemene voorwaarden voor bijeenkomsten zoals congressen en masterclasses en seminars (op locatie of online). Wij maken je erop attent dat bij annulering na de wettelijke bedenktermijn de volledige kosten verschuldigd zijn. Bij eventuele verhindering kun je iemand anders in jouw plaats laten deelnemen.

    Wat leer je?

    By the end of this course you will understand:

    • The impact of secure developmental attachment on neurological, affective, cognitive, and behavioural development
    • How developmental trauma (abuse and neglect) create insecure and disorganised attachment patterns which impede normal development
    • Principles of psychotherapy, effective communication and parenting that facilitate the development of attachment security
    • Specific strategies of parenting and communication that facilitate the development of a secure attachment and help children integrate past trauma and abusive experiences
    • How the caregiver’s attachment history and attachment patterns can be important factors when providing care for children who have experienced developmental trauma

  • Datums
    Lesdata

    Datums

    Ma. 14 mei van 9.00 - 17.30 uur, Utrecht
    Di. 15 mei van 9.00 - 17.30 uur, Utrecht
    Wo. 16 mei van 9.00 - 17.30 uur, Utrecht
    Do. 17 mei van 9.00 - 17.30 uur, Utrecht

    (Omvang: 30 uur)

    Locatie

    Utrecht
  • Accreditatie
    Accreditatie

    Beroepsregistratie

    Dit is een erkende 28-urige DDP Level 1 training. Meer informatie over registratie als DDP Practicioner vind je via www.ddpnetwork.org.

    Certificaat

    Je ontvangt een certificaat indien je minimaal 90% aanwezig bent geweest en de cursus met goed gevolg hebt afgerond.

  • Doelgroep
    Doelgroep

    • Orthopedagoog-generalist BIG
    • Gz-psycholoog BIG
    • Psychotherapeut BIG
    • Klinisch psycholoog BIG
    • Kinder- en jeugdpsycholoog NIP
    • Basispsycholoog
    • Orthopedagoog
    • Systeemtherapeut
    • Psychiater

  • Sprekers
    Betty Brouwer

    Spreker: Betty Brouwer

    Betty Brouwer has more than 30 years of clinical experience working with children, adolescents and their families who have experienced trauma and loss in their lives. Betty is a certified DDP practitioner, consultant and trainer. She works from a trauma-informed, attachment perspective, primarily utilizing Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy. Betty is past chair of the DDPI board. Betty is a registered psychotherapist, art therapist and play therapist. Betty works for Shalem Mental Health Network, a not for profit organization ( https://shalemnetwork.org/ ).Lees meer
    Michelle Hogeterp

    Spreker: Michelle Hogeterp

    Michelle Hogeterp specializes in adoption, trauma and attachment. She is a certified Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Practitioner, Consultant and Trainer and also a member of the DDPI board. She works from a trauma informed, attachment-focused perspective – drawing primarily from her training in Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Theraplay, Brainspotting and SMART (Sensory Motor Affect Regulation Training.). Information on the centre she works and runs you can find at ottawacatt.com.Lees meer
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