ISSTD News

Volunteer Spotlight

Thanking Our 2022 Volunteers

We would like to extend a huge thank you to all of our many volunteers from 2022. Volunteers are what keep ISSTD running, and all volunteers are invaluable – no matter how large or small the volunteer opportunity is. From SIG and ROC Leadership, Conference Committees, Communications & Marketing Committee, small projects, conference reviewers, Conference […]

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Volunteer Opportunity Spotlight

ISSTD News Seeking Volunteers

This month’s Volunteer Position Spotlight shines on two incredible opportunities to become more involved with ISSTD News as a content writer or content coordinator! Each position has openings for several volunteers. ISSTD News is looking for individuals that enjoy and have a passion for writing and content creation, and are interested in creating informational, research […]

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Publications of Interest

Birth Trauma and Obstetric Violence

In recent years there has been growing recognition of the impact of birth trauma on women, their partners and their children. While older research focused on many aspects of birth trauma, such as complications, injury or loss of a baby, the most recent literature has had a particular focus on obstetric violence – the mistreatment […]

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News You Can Use

New Children’s Book Explores Dissociative Experiences

ISSTD Member Michele Yarberry has written a new children’s book, Tandi’s Brave Friends and Special Helpers targeted at children and their parents who have experienced trauma and dissociation. Tandi’s Brave Friends and Special Helpers is intended to help parents, caregivers, and professionals who work with children better understand perplexing behaviors and discover the missing links […]

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News You Can Use

New Novel by Valerie Sinason is Full of Suspense

ISSTD Fellow Valerie Sinason is well known to us for her work in treating traumatised and dissociative individuals, as well as her work treating people with intellectual disability. Valerie was the Founder Director of the Clinic for Dissociative Studies until December 2016 when she retired from long-term clinical work. Although she continues with writing, supervision […]

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