Healing Trauma and Managing Violence Risk through Relationships : Lessons from Dyadic Developmental Practice: Psychotherapy and Parenting (DDP)

Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice (2016) Healing Trauma and Managing Violence Risk through Relationships : Lessons from Dyadic Developmental Practice: Psychotherapy and Parenting (DDP). [Report]

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    Abstract

    Dyadic Developmental Practice (DDP) is a model which may offer services permission to focus on the provision of safe, nurturing and coherent responses to the emotional experiences which underpin violent behaviour in young people, by using safe relationships as the intervention – the mechanism for change. This Info Sheet, written by Kate Black, considers the core components of DDP and its impact on young people.