Month: November 2016

Board Briefs

Fall 2016 Board Briefs

Paula Thomson, PhD, ISSTD Board Member Your board of directors is actively exploring ways to share the multiple gifts provided by your wonderful organization. Monthly meetings address the governance and mission of the organization, coupled with plans to expand education and research related to complex trauma and dissociation. Some of the activity highlights from your […]

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Members Clinical Corner

Measuring Trauma: Considerations for assessing complex and non-PTSD criterion for childhood trauma

In the “tradition” of having tested this format once before, this column presents three brief commentaries on the same article of the JTD. I am pleased to notice that the three commentaries are from different, even opposite angles. Happy reading! Pam Stavropoulos Editor Focus article: McDonald, M.K., Brontrager, C.F. & Rostad, W. (2014) Measuring Trauma: […]

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ISSTD Welcomes New Members

ISSTD is pleased to welcome the following new members to our Society who joined from July through September of this year. Professional and Retired Members Helen Lang (Australia) Letizia Adorno (United States) Lynne Magor-Blatch (Australia) Kelly Araujo (United States) Leanne Mairs (United States) Christopher Beegle (United States) Judith Marlow (United Kingdom) Ken Benau (United States) […]

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Annual Awards

2017 Annual Award Nominations Now Open

The ISSTD Awards Committee is currently accepting nominations for ISSTD Annual Awards and for ISSTD Fellow status to deserving recipients. Below please find information regarding the ISSTD awards categories and links to the Annual Awards and Fellow nomination application forms. The deadline for award nominations is December 31, 2016 at 11:59PM EST. ISSTD ANNUAL AWARDS […]

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2017 Annual Conference

Conference Committee Update

We have reached a critical point in the planning for the 2017 Annual ISSTD Conference. Our plenary speakers have been confirmed, our pre & post conference workshops are lined-up. The Call for Submission has closed and we are starting the review process as a precursor to building the program schedule. The review process is managed […]

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