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Welcome ISSTD New Members in February! Professional MembersAlexa AlbertBeth BickelMarie CarmodyZella ChildsFiona FarleyDeborah KennardTracie McDowellKathy McIndoeRachelle MillerTanvi PatelLynn PaternaHalleh SeddighzadeShweta SharmaScott Woerner Emerging Professional MembersLauren OverhageEmily Rawlin Student MembersCourtnie BurkeJacob CurranJennifer MeloSkyler OrtizAubrie PattersonLola Raymond BhattLauren Spampinato Do You Have News ISSTD Members Can Use? We need your help to make NYCU a great feature, […]

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DBT-Informed Group for People with Dissociated Identities ISSTD Members Kate McMaugh and Noula Diamantopoulos have developed a DBT-informed group program, specifically adapted for people with dissociated identities. This is a skills- based, psychoeducational program, with a strong focus on safety and stability. Noula and Kate will use psychoeducation, group discussion, practice sessions and creative methods […]

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Trauma Training Available in Otautahi/Christchurch For those who attended the Otautahi/Christchurch regional conference or are looking for additional training, check out a 2020 workshop on “Mindful Somatic Approaches to Working Acute and Developmental Trauma”. This comprehensive training will take place in April and May of 2020. More information is available here. Welcome to ISSTD’s New […]

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New Book Explores the Concept of Evil ISSTD Fellows Sheldon Itzkowitz, Ph.D. & Elizabeth F. Howell, Ph.D  are Editors of a just-released book which explores psychopathy and the concept of human evil. The book entitled Psychoanalysts, Psychologists and Psychiatrists Discuss Psychopathy and Human Evil explores the psychology of psychopaths, and the personal, societal and cultural […]

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New Complex Trauma Clinical Guidelines Launched

Blue Knot Foundation, Australia’s National Centre of Excellence for Complex Trauma has launched new clinical guidelines for the treatment of complex trauma. Written by ISSTD members, Dr Cathy Kezelman AM and Pam Stavropoulos PhD, these clinical guidelines update the original ground-breaking and internationally acclaimed clinical guidelines, which were published in 2012. The original guidelines were […]

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ISSTD UN Event On Thursday, October 10, 2019 ISSTD will serve as a co-sponsor for the United Nations NGO Committee on Mental Health event “Suicide Prevention: Towards a Tailored Approach to Global Mental  Health Programs” to commemorate World Mental Health Day. Location: Church Center of the United Nation, 777 UN Plaza, NY 10017 Conference Room […]

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Attachment Journal – Special Issue on Attachment and Sexual Trauma The first 2019 issue of the popular journal Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis is sure to be of particular interest to ISSTD Members, with a special focus on attachment and sexual trauma. This edition contains a number of articles written by ISSTD […]

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Trauma Workshop Series at Sheppard Pratt Health System The Trauma Disorders Program is delighted to begin the Trauma Workshop Series at Sheppard Pratt Health System this September. The first speaker, on September 6, 2019, is Robert Ursano, M.D. former chair of psychiatry at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS) in Bethesda, MD. […]

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Trauma Informed Couple Therapy Manual Published The book includes an evidence-based framework which emphasizes the importance of containing conflict and helps clients to build emotional regulation and mentalizing skills. The framework is an invaluable asset to all clinicians working with traumatised couples who may not be able to benefit from traditional forms of couple therapy […]

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Rediscovering Pierre Janet Pierre Janet is well-recognised as a pioneer of our field. Once seemingly near-forgotten by the psychological sciences, he is being discovered anew in recent years. Esteemed ISSTD Fellow Onno van der Hart, PhD has long been a champion of furthering our knowledge of Janet. He joins Giuseppe Craparo and Francesca Ortu in […]

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