Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT) for Complex Care
Learn more about our Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT) for Complex Care training.
About this training
Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy for Complex Care (DITCC) is a 26 session adaptation of the original 16 session DIT model. It is aimed at treatment resistant complex cases of depression. In this workshop, participants will be introduced to the specific features of this new adaptation.
The workshop provides a basic introduction sufficient to enable participants to begin practicing DITCC with supervision. The course includes presentation of theories and techniques, observation of live role-plays, discussion and formulation of cases.
Aims of this training
To provide an overview of the DITCC and how it is different from DIT 16 session model Structure of the therapy.
To understand who the DITTCC is for negotiating & formulation of the IPAF with complex cases Identifying an interpersonal affective focus and addressing its self-evidently maladaptive features with complex cases.
To be able to address epistemic mistrust and relationship interfering behaviours.
To understand difficulties with mentalizing in complex and treatment resistant depression.
To use outcome measures with DITCC DITTCC application in the pilot study Challenges and opportunities.
Who is this training for?
This course is suitable for those who have completed the DIT training and are accredited DIT Practitioners or DIT Supervisors.
We are looking to develop supervision capacity for DITCC and would be interested to have DIT practitioners who would like to become supervisors in DITCC following this initial training.