DDP has been criticized for the lack of a comprehensive manual or full case studies to provide details of the process. In addition, although non-verbal communication, communicative mismatch and repair, playful interactions and the relationship between the parents attachment status and that of a toddler are all well documented and important for early healthy emotional development, Hughes and Becker-Weidman are described as making “a real logical jump” in assuming that the same events can be deliberately recapitulated in order to correct the emotional condition of an older child.

DDP has been criticized for the lack of a comprehensive manual or full case studies to provide details of the process. In addition, although non-verbal communication, communicative mismatch and repair, playful interactions and the relationship between the parents attachment status and that of a toddler are all well documented and important for early healthy emotional development, Hughes and Becker-Weidman are described as making “a real logical jump” in assuming that the same events can be deliberately recapitulated in order to correct the emotional condition of an older child.

 

Based on the readings in this unit, do you share the same criticism? Provide rationale for your answer.

 

Use the readings attached as references, add three more and they cannot be older than 5 years and old they have to peer reviewed.

Treatment_for_Children_with_Trauma_Attachment_Disorders_Dyadic_Developmental_Psychotherapy_WK3_DB Dyadic_Developmental_Psychotherapy_W3DB

 

 

 

 

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