Month: April 2022

Letter From The President

Back Together at the 2022 Annual Conference

It was wonderful to see so many of you at the Seattle Conference, and to hear your comments coming in from the virtual audience, as well. As we discussed Post-Traumatic Growth in a Dissociative World, the importance of our work as clinicians, researchers, and advocates became increasingly clear – it is essential that we continue to share […]

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News You Can Use

News You Can Use – April 2022

Welcome ISSTD’s New Members in April! Professional MembersNadiia AleksinaShannae AndersonGinger Villareal ArmasTracey BaileyJenna Lea BrittErica ChadwickTherese CollieSharon ConnellAmy CoombsPamela Gage DillonWendy FloresErica FolinskyAmy E GoldfarbWai Leng KwokMadalina E LeangaJonathan LeboltSofie MaugerMegan M MeyersAshley NeuhauserPauline O’BrienCatherine Stephanie O’NeillLinda Escobar OlszewskiLaura J PerryTerry PetrenchikJulia PinskyHailey ReissViolet ReveiraAshley RoehrigLindsay SchofieldBobbie J ShepardMr. Rodney StantonSacha Van EetenLisa Yeates Student […]

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Special Interest Groups

Child and Adolescent SIG Update

With April being Child Abuse Prevention Month and the ISSTD’s Child and Youth Month, what better time than to provide an update on the ISSTD’s Child & Adolescent Special Interest Group (SIG)!  Currently 37 members strong, members of the Child & Adolescent SIG bring a wealth of knowledge and experience about working with traumatized children […]

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Volunteer Spotlight

Volunteer Spotlight: Peter Maves, PhD

In this interview Emily interviews Peter Maves who has been involved for many years as a volunteer in ISSTD. Emily: How did you find out about dissociation? Peter: My first job after I received my Ph.D. was managing a mental health center office.  Since I did not know the community well, and since my background included working […]

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Community Spotlight

Communications & Marketing Committee Update

The Communications and Marketing Committee aims to promote ISSTD activities and services, both internally and externally. It also has a role in promoting issues relating to complex trauma and dissociation in the wider community, targeting health professionals, other relevant professionals, and the general public. This includes improving the awareness of complex trauma and dissociation in […]

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