Month: July 2017


Welcome New ISSTD Members – July

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS Carolyn Allard Deborah Arguedas Chantal Cohen Beverly Ann Dexter Virginia S Frazier Catherine E. Hansen Heather Jean Hart Kennedy Ellen Littman Becky Russell EMERGING PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS Sandy M. Alletto Shannon Bell Kathleen Eagle Connie Mitchell Lee Ann Mitchell Giles Sieburg Amanda Wolfe STUDENT MEMBERS Jessica Fritzges-White Shelley Hua

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News You Can Use

ISSTD News You Can Use – July 2017

Have you heard the latest from ISSTD and its members? Our next Virtual Book Club featuring four of the authors from the Journal of Trauma & Dissociation Special Issue kicked off on July 31st. There is still time to register to participate in this free, member-only benefit. Our new clinical E-Journal, Frontiers in the Psychotherapy […]

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Regional Conferences

Registration Now Open for 2017 Regional Conferences

Conference Presenters: A. Steven Frankel, Peter Maves and Julia Schwab Date: September 8, 2017 Location: Doubletree by Hilton Denver – Westminster REGISTER NOW!   |   Conference Website Conference Presenters: Deborah Cohen, Garrett Deckel, and Robert Slater Date: September 22, 2017 Location: Genesee Grand Hotel REGISTER NOW!  |  Conference Website   Conference Presenters: Richard Loewenstein, Bethany Brand, Richard […]

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Caul Awards

Congratulations to the 2017 Caul Award Winners

The David Caul Graduate Research Grant is designed to support research that is primarily concerned with dissociation or closely related topics. The award is named for David Caul, MD, the fourth president of ISSTD in 1987, (then known as the International Society for the Study of Multiple Personality & Dissociation) a dedicated and beloved leader […]

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Donate to ISSTD

Effortless Fundraising with Amazon Smiles

Want to know how to MAKE money for ISSTD while shopping? Easy! Use this link and effortlessly SUPPORT ISSTD! HOW DOES IT WORK? When you shop through Amazon Smiles, Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price to The International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation. Bookmark the link below and support us every […]

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