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Obituary for Dr Susie Farrelly

Dr Susie Farrelly, a gifted psychiatrist, innovative thinker, and lover of life, died of metastatic breast cancer on November 1st in Auckland, New Zealand. At a time in the 1990s when little emphasis was  placed on the importance of trauma in the aetiology of major mental illness in Auckland and elsewhere, Dr Farrelly championed the […]

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ISSTD Offers New Organizational Membership Category

The ISSTD created the Organizational Membership category as part of our ongoing efforts to increase awareness about trauma and dissociation in the mental health community. There are four categories of organizational membership that provide a range of benefits. All our Organizational Membership packages include: individual membership for 3-5 individuals, subscription to the Journal of Trauma […]

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ISSTD Connecting with Other Organizations

ISSTD traveled to sunny California this year to exhibit at two conferences and spread the word about ISSTD’s incredible membership benefits and training opportunities. ISSTD staff and members attended the Institute on Violence Abuse and Trauma (IVAT) San Diego conference and the EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) conference in Orange County. At IVAT, ISSTD Past Presidents […]

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Strengthening the ISSTD International Community

On Monday, October 5 ISSTD officially launched its new membership community platform, ISSTDWorld. This new platform is designed for members to engage with each other through discussions, resource sharing, committee involvement, and learning opportunities such as the member-only virtual book club. We are thrilled to report that in just the first three weeks, nearly a […]

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ISSTD is on the Move!

October will be an exciting month for ISSTD as two major changes occur: the introduction of our new community platform, ISSTDWorld, and the move of the ISSTD office to Washington, DC. Launch of ISSTDWorld The launch of ISSTDWorld, powered by Higher Logic, is one key component of the overall website update currently underway and scheduled […]

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Retired . . . but Still a Member

Members of ISSTD who retire are still able to enjoy connection with colleagues working in the field of trauma and dissociation, through the ISSTD Retired Membership category. The Retired Membership is open to members who have retired from active practice or research. To be eligible for Retired Membership, the member must be at least 65 […]

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Even more SIGs being formed!

Just last month we brought you news of three new potential Special Interest Groups (SIGs). We now have two other SIGs being developed. For those of you unaware of the role of SIGs in ISSTD, these groups provide ISSTD members with information and support targeted to specific areas within the trauma and dissociation field. Developed […]

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ISSTD Looking to Establish Three New SIGs

ISSTD Special Interest Groups (SIGs) provide ISSTD members with information and support targeted to specific areas within the trauma and dissociation field. Developed by members, for members, they are open to all ISSTD Members who share that interest. Members of our current SIGs report finding these forums a valuable source of education, information and collegiate […]

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Welcome ISSTD New Members! (April)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS Emily Aber Pamela Alexander Dorothy Ashman Amy Champoux Elaine Ducharme Catherine Egan Beth Ehrisman Rebecca Goldberg Sarah Heil-Brenny Jeffrey Hill Lori Hollingsworth Colin Howard Gina Manlove Jacquelyn McDonald Tracy Muklewicz Georgian Mustata Linda Naef Diana Newberry Sherri Paulson Sarah Schlote Meg Waurick Susan Wulff EMERGING PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS Michelle Brilee Courtenay M Crucil STUDENT […]

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