From the founder of DDP, this updated and comprehensive guide is the authoritative text on DDP.
DDP is an attachment-focused treatment for children and adolescents who experience abuse and neglect and who are now living in stable foster and adoptive families. Its central interventions are influenced by enhanced knowledge about the structure and functions of the brain, as well as the latest findings regarding developmental trauma and the related attachment problems it brings.
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About the Author
Daniel A. Hughes, PhD, is a prominent attachment specialist and private practitioner. President of the Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Institute, he consults and gives trainings in the U.S. and abroad on issues of attachment and family therapy. He is the author of Attachment-Focused Family Therapy, Attachment-Focused Family Therapy Workbook, and Attachment-Focused Parenting.
Kim S. Golding, clinical psychologist, lives in Worcestershire, England.
Julie Hudson is a chartered clinical psychologist in private practice and lives Bath, England.
Table of Contents
1 From Traumatic Relationships to Developmental Relationships 1
2 Guiding Principles from Trauma, Attachment, Intersubjectivity, and Neurobiology 10
3 PACE: The Foundation of Safe and Healthy Relationships 29
4 The Experience of Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy 45
5 The Nuts and Bolts of Dyadic Develop) mental Psychotherapy 87
6 The Complex Therapeutic Alliance with the Parents 112
7 Parenting Children with Developmental Trauma 130
8 Providing Safe Settings: Dyadic Developmental Practice 153
9 Interventions with Specific Populations of Children and Young People 177
10 Interventions in Specific Situations 225
11 DDP: Research, Evidence Base, and Outcomes 279
Appendix: Examples of Dyadic Developmental Practice 303