UPCOMING: Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Level Two Online Training
April 7 - April 23
I’m so glad you are here and interested in learning more about Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP). In my experience training therapists, social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, behavioral support workers, parent support workers and other executive and clinical staff in foster care and adoptive agencies and organizations, I’ve come to realize that the most meaningful part of the training for me is beginning to build connections between like-minded clinicians to create DDP communities locally and now with online training, globally!
COMMITMENT TO RACIAL EQUITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
I will also be focusing on training therapists that reflect the diverse racial, gender identity, sexual orientation, and physical abilities of the children and families that we are all honored to know and work with. There are 15 total places available for online DDP training. For each online training, 25% or 4 of the spaces will be reserved for clinicians of color, LGBTQ+, transgender or gender fluid clinicians, or non-able bodied clinicians at 50% cost of the training fee. To inquire about these training slots for racial equity and social justice please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
DDP 28-Hour Level 2 Training
Dates: April 7, 8, 9, 22, 23, 2021
Time: 9am-3pm each day (30 min lunch break)
Where: Zoom link (To be sent with registration)
This DDP Level Two 28 hour course is open to clinical psychologists, social workers, parent mentors, therapists and other practitioners, who have completed the DDP Level One training. It follows on from the ideas and skills introduced in Level One and is suitable for those who are beginning to use the principles and interventions in their day-to-day work. The aims of this training are:
• To gain a deeper understanding of the theory and practice of the interventions and parenting principles used in this approach.
• To follow up on any relevant themes that participants would like more teaching on.
• For each participant to have opportunities to focus on the successes and barriers experienced in applying the model in their practice via supervision or consultation about their work with families or their specific practice.
• To provide participants with the opportunity to explore (in small groups of 3 people for one hour a day) how their attachment history and experiences may inform and have an impact on their work.
For more information about Level 2 Training click HERE.
LEVEL 2 ONLY…I’m curious about what more DDP has to offer:
If you are interested in continuing to explore the Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Model, please register for ONLINE Level 2 Only: $925
For DDP Level 1 and Level 2 Trainings:
– A full refund will be granted if cancellation is more than 4 weeks before the event
– A 50% refund will be granted if cancellation is between 4 and 2 weeks before the event
– No refund will be granted if cancellation is less than 2 weeks before the event
– If you cancel at least 4 weeks in advance before 1st meeting: 100% refund
– If you cancel <4 weeks before our first meeting: 50% refund will be granted.
– Once you have attended a supervision session, no refund will be given.
About the Trainer:
Courtney Rennicke, Ph.D. is a Columbia University trained Clinical Psychologist who runs a psychotherapy group practice, Rennicke & Associates, focusing on evidence-based and innovative psychotherapy for children and adults in New York City. Dr. Rennicke and her clinical staff specialize in providing attachment-focused family treatment to adoptive and foster care children and their families. Dr. Rennicke is also the Co-Founder and President to the Adoption Foster Care Therapist Network, a collective of mental health professionals specializing in attachment disorders in adoptive and foster care children and their families throughout New York State, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
In addition to certification in Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Dr. Rennicke has received advanced training in Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) for relational and attachment work with adults, as well as collaborative problem solving for emotional dysregulation and behavioral issues with children and adolescents. Dr. Rennicke has also supervised and taught psychology externs, social workers, post-doctoral fellows and psychiatry PGY-III residents in a range of treatment modalities at New York University Medical Center/Bellevue Hospital, Teachers College/Columbia University, and Yeshiva University.