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News You Can Use – July 2022

ISSTD Fellow, Dr Ericha Scott has contributed a chapter to a new edited collection of writings, Women Who Dream. This is a collective effort of 30 authors who share their stories of how they have turned their dreams into reality. The book aims to inspire and empower people to have big dreams. Women Who Dream is now a […]

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Goodwin Fund

Goodwin Educational Fund Application Period Open August 1-15

In this challenging time, ISSTD is pleased to offer opportunities for funding assistance for ISSTD Trainings. The Goodwin Educational Fund is accepting applications from members and non-members to defray the cost of one training activity offered through ISSTD.  Goodwin Educational Fund The Goodwin Educational Fund will be used to defray the cost of one training activity offered through ISSTD […]

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Trauma & Dissociation in the News

Technology and the Trafficking of People: Both a ‘Hunting Ground’ and an Opportunity for Justice and Healing

The United Nations has declared 30 July World Day Against Trafficking of Persons. This is an annual event that builds on their 2010 Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons. The UN urges governments across the world to make a coordinated effort to end human trafficking. Specifically, the International Day aims to educate […]

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Regional Online Communities

Ontario ROC Update

Happy July ISSTDWorld! Thank you for stopping by to hear about what the Ontario Regional Online Community (ROC) has been up to over the last year. The ROC was formed in 2020 and started out with just under 20 members, and over the course of 2021 and 2022 it has grown to 33 members across […]

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Letter From The President

Connecting Through ISSTD Training

Dear ISSTD Community,  Our organization continues to grow through challenging times, and support people in the many ways trauma impacts their lives. The spring season is a busy time full of conferences and planning, and now we have some time to reflect, organize, deepen our leadership capacities as an organization, and plan for a rich […]

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News You Can Use

News You Can Use – June 2022

New Picture Book Uses EMDR Principles to Address Trauma and Dissociation ISSTD Member Dr Lowen Clarke has written a second book based on EMDR principles. The book, Missing Persons Bureau, is written using Empowerment Script, created by Lowen. The unique script requires each line in the book to be read in an alternating fashion, with […]

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Donate to ISSTD

Thank You to Our 2022 Donors – June 2022

By donating to ISSTD, you help the Society continue to grow. If you approve of what your Society has been trying to do to advance our field and to provide a safe and supportive professional home for colleagues who work with those who are the victims of severe long term trauma, and if your circumstances permit, […]

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