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2019 Webinar Schedule and Full-Year Webinar Pass

ISSTD is pleased to announce the 2019 Webinar Schedule!

Make the most of our training opportunities by taking advantage of our Full-Year Webinar Pass! Participate in a full-year of webinars for a discounted price. Those who purchase the pass have access to all live and recorded webinars in 2019. CE Credits are included for live webinar participation but must be purchased for recorded webinars for an additional charge through our CE Co-Sponsor, CE Learning Systems.

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Special Interest Groups

The 2018 RAMCOA All-Day Webinar

Alison Miller, PhD, Registered Psychologist (retired)

Since I live in the Pacific Northwest, my “all-day” webinar began at 6 a.m., when Professor Warwick Middleton, from Australia, began his presentation at midnight, Australian time. As I sat bleary-eyed in front of my computer, Warwick kickstarted the day, with his talk: A Life Sentence: How the Study of Ongoing Incest During Adulthood Informs us About the Nature of Organised Abuse. This informative talk was amply illustrated by pictures of news reports of convicted abusers from all over the world, demonstrating links between ongoing incestuous families and organized abuser networks.

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Webinars

ISSTD’s First Ever All Day Webinar

The ISSTD Webinar committee was very excited to host our first ever all day Webinar. The Ritual Abuse, Mind Control and Organized Abuse (RAMCOA) special interest group (SIG) was initially asking to do a series of Webinars because they had so many topics that they wanted to talk about and there was such a demand for basic information on RAMCOA. Therese and Mary Pat suggested we do it in a day long format. It was a huge success with over 40 people registered and lively questions and discussions.

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Webinars

ALL DAY Webinar: Ritualistic and Organised Abuse

On Friday 6 October (USA EDT) ISSTD will hold its first ever all-day webinar. This webinar will focus on the complex area of ritualistic, religious, spiritual and organised abuse.

The webinar will be presented by leading international thinkers and practitioners in this field.

The day will be opened by leading British child, adolescent and adult psychotherapist, psychoanalyst and writer, Dr. Valerie Sinason. Her introductory session will explain the term “ritual abuse” by providing a shared language and definition, describe the emotional impact of this narrative for the patient and the therapist, and discuss the controversy around the subject of ritual abuse.

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