Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP) informed

Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy is an approach to psychotherapy that focuses on healing the attachment relationships between children and their caregivers. It was developed by Dr. Dan Hughes and draws on attachment theory, neuroscience, and trauma research to inform its practice.

DDP is an integrative approach that incorporates a range of therapeutic techniques, including play therapy, somatic therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy. It places a strong emphasis on the therapeutic relationship and the creation of a safe, secure, and attuned environment for healing to occur.

DDP has also been adapted for use with adults and has been used to treat a range of mental health conditions, including trauma, depression, anxiety, and personality disorders.

Overall, DDP is informed by a deep understanding of the importance of secure attachment relationships for healthy emotional and psychological development, and its goal is to help individuals build and maintain these relationships.


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