Location

Room 163C

Start Date

13-5-2016 10:30 AM

End Date

13-5-2016 11:45 AM

Description

Children who learned from early experience to not trust adults for help or care can present troubling emotional challenges to loving caretakers. This presentation will explain the experiential logic behind that mistrust, as well as Dan Hughes’ relationship-focused approach to re-engaging such children. Attendees will hear the theory behind Hughes’ model, practice an attitude of PACE (Playful, Accepting, Curious and Empathic), and view short clips of a variety of DDP therapy sessions (subtitled).

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Refrigerator List 2016.doc (21 kB)
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May 13th, 10:30 AM May 13th, 11:45 AM

Dan Hughes' Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy for Children with Trauma and Attachment Histories: an Introduction for Caretakers and Therapists

Room 163C

Children who learned from early experience to not trust adults for help or care can present troubling emotional challenges to loving caretakers. This presentation will explain the experiential logic behind that mistrust, as well as Dan Hughes’ relationship-focused approach to re-engaging such children. Attendees will hear the theory behind Hughes’ model, practice an attitude of PACE (Playful, Accepting, Curious and Empathic), and view short clips of a variety of DDP therapy sessions (subtitled).