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ISSTD is on the Move!

Mary Pat Hanlin, ISSTD Executive Director

October will be an exciting month for ISSTD as two major changes occur: the introduction of our new community platform, ISSTDWorld, and the move of the ISSTD office to Washington, DC.

Launch of ISSTDWorld
The launch of ISSTDWorld, powered by Higher Logic, is one key component of the overall website update currently underway and scheduled to be completed in early 2019. The new platform, which will be launched on Monday, October 8, 2018, will allow ISSTD members from around the globe to connect with each other more easily via groups called communities or directly with other ISSTD members.

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Join ISSTD News and be part of a growing member service

Kate McMaugh, Editor, ISSTD News

In 2017 ISSTD News, after a period of hiatus, was re-launched in a blog based format. In the last 18 months this publication has taken off. In the last 12 months alone, there has been a three-fold increase in readership numbers and page views. We are really excited about the way the Newsletter is shaping up, but in order for it to continue to grow and develop we need your help!

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Retired . . . but Still a Member

Kate McMaugh, Editor, ISSTD News

Members of ISSTD who retire are still able to enjoy connection with colleagues working in the field of trauma and dissociation, through the ISSTD Retired Membership category. The Retired Membership is open to members who have retired from active practice or research. To be eligible for Retired Membership, the member must be at least 65 years of age and have paid dues to the Society for 10 or more years.

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Even more SIGs being formed!

Kate McMaugh, Editor, ISSTD News

Just last month we brought you news of three new potential Special Interest Groups (SIGs). We now have two other SIGs being developed.

For those of you unaware of the role of SIGs in ISSTD, these groups provide ISSTD members with information and support targeted to specific areas within the trauma and dissociation field. Developed by members, for members, they are open to all ISSTD Members who share that interest.

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ISSTD Looking to Establish Three New SIGs

ISSTD Special Interest Groups (SIGs) provide ISSTD members with information and support targeted to specific areas within the trauma and dissociation field. Developed by members, for members, they are open to all ISSTD Members who share that interest. Members of our current SIGs report finding these forums a valuable source of education, information and collegiate support.

ISSTD is pleased to announce that several members have put forward exciting proposals for future SIGs.

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Welcome ISSTD New Members! (April)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS
Emily Aber
Pamela Alexander
Dorothy Ashman
Amy Champoux
Elaine Ducharme
Catherine Egan
Beth Ehrisman
Rebecca Goldberg
Sarah Heil-Brenny
Jeffrey Hill
Lori Hollingsworth
Colin Howard
Gina Manlove
Jacquelyn McDonald
Tracy Muklewicz
Georgian Mustata
Linda Naef
Diana Newberry
Sherri Paulson
Sarah Schlote
Meg Waurick
Susan Wulff
EMERGING PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS
Michelle Brilee
Courtenay M Crucil
STUDENT MEMBERS
Marian Crowley
Lisa Panisch
David Rickman
Darwin Rodriguez
Jessica Spigner
Gina Vanderham
Katherine Yeutter

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Committee Spotlight

Child and Adolescent Special Interest Group

Na’ama Yehuda, C&A SIG Chair

The Child and Adolescent Special Interest Group (C&A SIG) was formed several years ago by a group of ISSTD members who work with children and adolescents. The C&A SIG grew since its conception, and currently includes over 60 members who work with traumatized and dissociative children and adolescents all around the world. An email list-serve dedicated to the C&A SIG allows group members to share resources and referrals, ask clinical questions, and brainstorm about the field.

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Understanding the Benefits of ISSTD Membership

As a valued member of ISSTD, we want to make sure you are making the most of your membership and are aware of the full range of benefits available to you. Over the course of 2018, we will be sending an emailĀ on the third Monday of each month highlighting and explaining all of your ISSTD Member Benefits and how to access them.

These will include information about the following:

How to Use the Conference Website
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Welcome ISSTD New Members – December 2017

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS
Roby Abeles
Yenys Castillo
Anne Dietrich
Lisa Gilbert
Norma Howes
Carrie Hunter
Dalal Musa
Scott Petersen
Joanna Razo
Ginger Rhodes
Nancy Rubin
Karen Schrock
Sandy Sela-Smith
Sheree Violon
Mark Wade
Sarah Watt
EMERGING PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS
Michael Brown
Karri Lewis
Geraldine Mapel
Serenity Sersecian

STUDENT MEMBERS
Jessica Culp
Sonja Garrett
Denesia Huttula
Ricardo Kriete
Deborah Mikita
Jennifer Silva

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Welcome ISSTD New Members – November 2017

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS
Ms. Jennifer Lois Barbieri
Jessica Campbell
Jean S Cannon
Dr. Irina V Diyankova
Holli Richey
Mark Sideman
Rebecca Szymanski, MA
Dr. Rhett K Brandt
Ms. Alexis K Brown
Dr. Nicole D. Christiansen, MD
Dr. Rebecca Ann Golding
Alison Hernandez
Mrs. Jillian Hosey
MAYOLA MIRANDA
Sandi Plant
Dr. Susan Pollard
Edith Resnik
Ms. Eleanor Gloria Rosenzweig, LCSW
Christine Rothberg
Sandra Shuleshko

EMERGING PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS
Ben Adams
Jennifer Copeland
Dr. Lauren A. M. Lebois
Dr.

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