Dan Hughes, Jonathan Baylin, Diana Fosha, Helen Minnis, Randy Maldonado, Patricia Vickers, Elizabeth Studwell, Johanna Stenstrom, Hon. Jean Augustine
The George Hull Centre Institute for Childhood Trauma & Attachment and DDPI
Connection at the Core: DDP as a Framework for Addressing Relational Trauma Across Models and Systems
The George Hull Centre Institute of Childhood Trauma & Attachment and the International Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Parenting & Practice Institute invite everyone who works with children, including professionals and students in mental health, education, child welfare, and juvenile justice to learn, discover resources and make connections that support our work at this three-day virtual conference, June 14 – 16, 2021. Various models rooted in attachment and trauma theory will be used to address relational and developmental trauma. Some of the keynote speakers are Dr. Dan Hughes, founder and developer of Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP), Dr. Diana Fosha, developer of Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), and Dr. Patricia Vickers, Indigenous teacher, artist, psychotherapist and spiritual director. Conference sessions will include the latest research on these models, an exploration of their cultural relevancy, and demonstrations of this work.
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Monday June 14, 2021 – Pre Conference
9:00am – 12:30pm
Healing Relational Trauma Through Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy: An Intro to DDP with Dr. Dan Hughes, founder and developer of DDP. 5 hrs pre-recorded content available June 1; 1.5hr live Q&A on June 14
Stay with It and Stay with Me: Experiential Processing of Deep Relational Experience with Dr. Diana Fosha, developer of AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy) and director and founder of the AEDP Institute. 5 hrs pre-recorded content available June 1; 1.5hr live Q&A on June 14
Tuesday June 15, 2021 – Day 1
8:15am – 2:30pm
The Integration of Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Processing & Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy with Dr. Diana Fosha and Dr. Dan Hughes, who will use clinical examples to highlight how safety is created and traumatic experiences are integrated.
Symptoms of Trauma in Young Children & Interventions with Dr. Helen Minnis, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Glasgow.
Historias De Mis Padres (Stories of my Parents) with Randy Maldonado, LCSW, experienced trauma-informed service provider for BIPOC youth & families and racial trauma consultant.
Wednesday June 16, 2021 – Day 2
9:00am – 3:00pm
Indigenous Approaches to Relational Trauma with Dr. Patricia Vickers, Indigenous teacher, artist, psychotherapist and spiritual director.
Clinical Reflections: Panel Discussion on DDP Practices with Dr. Elizabeth Studwell, Johanna Stenström and Dr. Sian Phillips, moderated by Dr. Dan Hughes.
The Acute and Chronic Effects of Early Life Stress on Brain Development with Dr. Jon Baylin, Clinical Psychologist and author.
Whose Shame is it Anyway? with Hon. Jean Augustine, P.C., C.M., O.Ont, C.B.E.
Participants will have access to a conference recording until July 16, 2021.
Attendees will have access to approximately 6 hours of continuing education per day. Email any specific CPD/CE credit or other questions to: [email protected]
The full schedule, speaker biographies, learning objectives and FAQs can be found on the Conference page on the George Hull Centre website.
More information and bookings
Purchase tickets on Eventbrite
Please note: Earlybird rates before May 15 only. *Prices do not include the Eventbrite fee.
Full Conference June 14 to 16 – $300* (earlybird), $350* (regular)
Includes live sessions on June 15 & 16 as well as pre-recorded on-demand content and June 14 live Q&A.
Full Conference 10+ ppl group – $255* pp (earlybird)
Full Conference 20+ ppl group – $240* pp (earlybird)
Groups of 10+ people receive 15% off and groups of 20+ people receive 20% off full conference rate (at checkout on Eventbrite).
2 Day Conference June 15 & 16 – $225* (earlybird), $275* (regular)
Includes live sessions only on June 15 & 16. Pre-conference on demand content NOT INCLUDED.
1 Day Conference June 15 or 16 – $150* (earlybird), $175* (regular)
Access to live sessions on specified date. Pre-conference on-demand content not included.
Pre-Conference Workshops June 14 – $150* (earlybird), $175* (regular)
Access to Dr. Dan Hughes & Dr. Diana Fosha’s 5 hour sessions plus live Q&A on June 14. Must watch 5 hrs + attend Q&A to receive CPD’s for full session.
Full time college or grad school students pay 50% of the conference fee. Email [email protected] with a scanned copy of your current class schedule or ID badge photo to receive your special discount code.
Dates: June 14 – 16, 2021
Times: Day 1 (Monday – pre-conference workshops), 9:00am – 12:30pm (EST)
Day 2 (Tuesday – Conference day), 8:15am – 2:30pm (EST)
Days 3 (Wednesday – Conference day), 9:00am – 3:00pm (EST)
Organized by: The George Hull Centre Institute of Childhood Trauma and Attachment , ON, Canada
The organizer will contact all attendees with online access information.
Purchase tickets: Eventbrite – Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy International 2021 Conference
Conference page: https://www.georgehullcentre.ca/institute/training-knowledge-dissemination/dyadic-developmental-psychotherapy-2021-conference/
For questions, email: [email protected]