About our conference

Find out about our conference, our venue, where you can stay and our organising team.


Join us for the 2024 DDPI Worldwide Conference in Nottingham, UK and online, from Monday 23 to Tuesday 24 September, 2024.

This is the first in-person Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy and Practice (DDP) conference in the UK and globally since 2019. We anticipate it will be an incredibly popular and exciting event bringing together like-minded people, dedicated to the treatment of childhood developmental trauma.

Our theme is DDP: Exploring Intersectionality. Together we will explore and redefine how DDP welcomes, affirms and is of service to practitioners and families at the intersection of developmental trauma, isolation, marginalisation and/or oppression.

Code of Conduct

All delegates and presenters must follow our Code of Conduct, written to help create safety for everyone at the conference.

Ticket prices

We have 2 ticket prices for each of our in-person and virtual tickets, as well as optional extras available.

Intersectional Inclusion tickets are to welcome people from intersections of our DDP Community. Including, but not limited to, those who self-identify as LGBTQ+, Global Majority, Physical disability / sensitivity, Neurodivergence, Low income, Adult Adoptees for example.

In-person tickets

Ticket Type

£329

Ticket Type

£212

Optional extras

Monday Night Orchard Hotel stay (includes breakfast)

£115

Monday Night Dinner and Entertainment

£45

Post-conference session online recordings (available for up to 3 months)

£55

Virtual tickets

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£289

Ticket Type

£174

Optional extras

Post-conference session online recordings (available for up to 3 months)

£55

The East Midlands Conference Centre (EMCC) is set in the beautiful grounds of the University of Nottingham’s Beeston campus. 


Find your accommodation for the 2024 Worldwide Conference at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham

Our team is made up of volunteers from DDPI Worldwide and DDP Connects UK as well as members of our DDP community.