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Rochelle Sharpe Lohrasbe – Chair of Social Media Sub-Committee

Tell us a bit about yourself
I think I have been a wanderer, though not lost. I took many backdoor routes on this journey of learning, exploring and working with Trauma and Dissociation. I got my first exposure to the realm of trauma and dissociation through personal experience. Then later, as a student psychiatric nurse aged 19 years old, I was posted to a male maximum security ward and assigned to complete court-ordered assessments on men with mental illness who came into conflict with the law.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Tally Tripp, Founder of the Creative Arts Therapies SIG

Tell us a bit about yourself

I am a licensed clinical social worker and a board-certified, registered art therapist in private practice in Alexandria VA. My interest in working with people affected by trauma has its roots in my art therapy training some 35 years ago. Back then we didn’t talk about “trauma” the way we do now; but our experiential, “bottom-up” approach was essentially “trauma-informed.” To continue my professional growth, I joined ISST-D and pursued certification in both Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy.

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Sign Up Today to be an ISSTD Volunteer

Logan Larson, LPC
ISSTD Volunteer Committee

The ISSTD is only as strong as its members and volunteers! We are rolling out a member interest questionnaire, and calling for volunteers! There are opportunities for students, researchers, clinicians and other professionals to get involved and contribute to our community. Members of the ISSTD have established several committees that are dedicated to creating awareness of complex trauma and dissociation, educating professionals, and growing the organization so it can continue to benefit members and the people they serve.

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