To Arrange a Training
Diagnostic Drawing Series trainings are offered throughout the United States and Europe. Most trainings are sponsored by area universities and professional organizations. Two types of trainings are generally offered:
DDS Basic Training
This 1-2 day course (6.5-12 hours) provides clinicians the knowledge needed to begin administering the DDS in clinical practice or for research purposes. This training is open to all clinicians and covers the history and development of the DDS, administration, rating, and interpretation.
Advanced Practice Course
This 1 day course is designed for clinicians who have some experience using the DDS and want to enhance their skills in interpretation, working with specific populations, or those who are implementing research projects.
If you are interested in a DDS training in your area:
DDS teaching associates:
Barry M. Cohen, ATR-BC – email@example.com
Anne Mills, ATR-BC, LPC – firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathryn Johnson, Ph.D., ATR – email@example.com