Adult Attachment Interview (DMM-AAI): Introduction for low-risk and mild clinical conditions
27 Aprile 2024 - 26 Settembre 2024$3000
Instructor(s): Patricia Crittenden, PhD, with a co-trainer and several facilitators, including Spanish-speaking facilitators.
Dates: 18 days by Zoom:
- April 27-May 2 2024
- June 22-28 2024
- Sept 21-26 2024
In addition, there are weekly practice assignments between the scheduled sessions with work due on Wednesdays and Sundays.
- Sydney: 2am* – 6am* (*the next day), plus a facilitator meeting
- China: 11pm – 3am*, plus a facilitator meeting
- CET: 4pm-8pm, plus a facilitator meeting
- UK: 3pm-7pm, plus a facilitator meeting
- EST: 10am-2pm, plus a facilitator meeting
- PST: 7am-11am , plus a facilitator meeting
Location: on-line by Zoom (10am-2pm EST) or in person in Asheville, NC, USA.
Content: this course teaches discourse analysis and classification for the AAI, for non-risk and (mild) out-patient clinical applications of the AAI, using the DMM method.
There are (a) weekly coding work between the sessions and (b) a requirement to submit 3 AAIs carried out by the course participant; this work must be completed to receive a Certificate for Administering the AAI.
- Bachelor’s Degree or its academic equivalent; Master’s and doctoral degrees are recommended.
- Attachment & Psychopathology before completing the AAI course (i.e., ANP may be taken concurrently).
In addition, there are weekly practice assignments between the scheduled sessions.
Language: English for the course, but practice and the reliability test can be partly in selected other languages if available.
Benefits to clinicians of taking the AAI course:
- Provide crucial history about danger & its impact on personal adaptation, particularly as it affects psychological treatment
- Change the way you hear language, especially in treatment
- Change the way you use language, especially in treatment
- Establish a shared knowledge base with your client/patient
- Create compassion where there was blame or doubt
- Create a way of working together in treatment
- Jumpstart the treatment or restart a stalled treatment
- Set the speaker’s mind in motion
- Enable the therapist to find the person’s ZPD
- Enable the therapist to avoid blind alleys
- Permit reliable coders to classify the strategies used by individuals;
- Note: coding reliability and earning a coding certificate usually require more effort than this 18-day course.
Cost: $3000 before January 31, 2024; $3500 beginning February 1, 2024
The registration fee covers the course, feedback on participant’s 3 AAIs, practice transcripts between sessions, and the reliability test. Enrolment is not guaranteed until payment is made. Payment must be complete before the course is begun.
All payments are non-refundable.
Registration: please contact Patricia M. Crittenden, PhD regarding registration (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cancellation: the course may be cancelled if fewer than six people register. Please note that before purchasing flights.
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