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News You Can Use – August 2020

Restoring the Shattered Self: Second Edition Now Available Christian Trauma Counsellors find themselves straddling two worlds: they need to be both psychologically informed and trained, while also cognisant of their faith and that of their clients. Many find they need specialist training and literature to support them in this. ISSTD Member, Heather Davediuk Gingrich has […]

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News You Can Use – July 2020

New Books for Dissociative Children Now Available on Kindle ISSTD Member Ana Gomez has produced two books for dissociative children, now available on Kindle. The beautifully colourful books, targeted at children aged 7 years and over, aim to bring empowerment and resources to dissociative children with an emerging personality that shows fragmentation. These books remind […]

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News You Can Use – June 2020

Poetry in the News & the News in Poetry ISSTD Member Phyllis Klein has cleverly constructed her poetry collection to resemble the sections of a newspaper. The content too deals with contemporary issues we read of in the news. As the foreword states: ‘Reading the news is complicated. Sometimes if hurts. It can bring up […]

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“A Deep Wound Under my Heart”: New Report Explores Women’s understandings of Complex Trauma and Service Provision ISSTD Board Director, Dr Michael Salter is the lead author of a new report “A deep wound under my heart” which explores women’s understandings of complex trauma and their experiences of service provision in Australia. The report was […]

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Elizabeth Howell’s Latest Book: A Focus on Relational Healing ISSTD Fellow, Elizabeth Howell, PhD has just released her sixth book: Trauma and Dissociation-Informed Psychotherapy: Relational Healing and Therapeutic Connection, published this month by Norton. This book proposed a model for therapy in which the client and the practitioner are both traumatized and flawed human beings […]

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New Edition of Restoring the Shattered Self The second edition of Restoring the Shattered Self: A Christian Counselor’s Guide to Complex Trauma, has just been released. Written by ISSTD Member Heather Davediuk Gingrich, a professor of counseling at Denver Seminary. This new edition covers the material of the first edition including the impacts of trauma; […]

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News You Can Use

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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