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A practical online monthly group to continue your Dyadic Developmental Therapy learning. Held on Mondays 9:00am - 11:00am EST.

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10 two hour virtual sessions over the course of a year which will provide training, opportunities for practice, and consultation.

This working group is an opportunity to come together to talk about and practice Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy skills. We hope to get curious together about what is working and those areas where you feel you may need more practice and 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!

Group is facilitated by Dr. Sian Phillips, PhD, CPsych, and Kristin Gionfriddo, MSW, RSW. (Click here for facilitator bios and more info.)

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Monday (9:00am-11:00am EST) Nov 1, Dec 6, Jan 3, Feb 7, Mar 7, Apr 4, May 2, Jun 6, Jun 27, Sep 12

Refund Policy: Refunds will be issued up to November 27th, less the non-refundable Eventbrite fee of $30.99.

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Organizer The George Hull Centre Institute for Childhood Trauma and Attachment

Organizer of Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Study Groups

The George Hull Centre Institute of Childhood Trauma and Attachment is dedicated to transforming how child and youth serving sectors respond to childhood trauma. 

The Institute aims to elevate practice by contributing to research, advocating for appropriate treatment of traumatised children and youth, and disseminating training and knowledge across the province.

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