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Research Participants Required

All articles requesting research participation must be approved by the ISSTD Board prior to posting. This proposal was approved by the ISSTD Board in April 2020. ISSTD student member Shelley Hua is seeking participants for research as part of her Honours thesis in Psychology. Shelley’s research is entitled Dissociation & Mental Processes – what’s the […]

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News You Can Use

News You Can Use

Elizabeth Howell’s Latest Book: A Focus on Relational Healing ISSTD Fellow, Elizabeth Howell, PhD has just released her sixth book: Trauma and Dissociation-Informed Psychotherapy: Relational Healing and Therapeutic Connection, published this month by Norton. This book proposed a model for therapy in which the client and the practitioner are both traumatized and flawed human beings […]

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Membership

ISSTD Launching New Regional Online Communites

Are you in a corner of the world that lacks an organized, local ISSTD presence? Or maybe you’ve had some contact with ISSTD in your region and would like to build on that. Do you feel passionate about creating an ISSTD online community that can connect around issues that matter in your area? Here is your chance! […]

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Creative Space

Starting a Journey Journal

Can I inspire you to take care of yourself as therapists and also for your clients by starting and creating a Journey Journal for the times that we are in. I am keeping one with some of my clients and it has proven to be a source of conversations that in some curious way show […]

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Committee Spotlight

Child & Adolescent Committee

The ISSTD Child & Adolescent Committee (C&A Committee) is co-chaired by Fran Waters and Na’ama Yehuda, and includes members from around the world: Argentina, Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, the US, and the UK. The C&A Committee’s mission is to improve awareness, knowledge, training, and information about child and adolescent trauma and dissociation; and to work […]

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Trauma & Dissociation in the News

An Interview with Jeffrey Masson: Part 2 – Writing ‘The Assault on Truth’

Interview conducted 13th August, 2019 by Warwick Middleton Disclaimer: The views expressed in this interview are solely those of the interviewee. Last Month we ended the interview with Jeff’s decision to publish the previously unpublished letters of Sigmund Freud, letters which indicated his ongoing belief that at least some reports of child abuse were genuine, […]

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