By Robin Gardner, CDC, CPC                                                                                                                             Certified Divorce Coach                          …

Dr. Hughes and Dr. Becker-Weidman developed Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP) as an attachment-centered treatment for foster children with trauma and attachments issues such as the reactive attachment disorder (RAD). As a family-driven treatment, dyadic therapy pays emphasis on relationships, attachment, and interactive responses. Defining DDP Relationships are pivotal in the holistic development and existence of…

Teenage Years is a period of fast biological and psychosocial changes, which have a significant effect on parent-child relationships. A combination of puberty, hormones, peer pressure, and the growing need for independence can be a challenge for any parent. During this turbulent period, both parents and adolescents go through significant formation of new responsibilities and…

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