Center for Advanced Studies in Trauma & Dissociation

Fall 2016 Regional Conference Update

The first 2016 Regional Conference was held in Langley, BC October 15-16. This two-day workshop featured presenters Christine Forner, Michael Dadson, Lisa Danylchuk, and Rochelle Sharpe- Lorashbe. As part of this conference, the opening session was livestreamed to allow participants outside the local area to view the presentation live. A total of 30 individuals participated in this exciting conference in person and online via Zoom.  ISSTD looks forward to offering a livestream option for future conferences. A recorded version of this conference in available in the Member’s Corner area of the ISSTD website at a special discounted rate for members.

There is still time to register for our second 2016 Regional Conference in Chicago next Friday, November 11th.  This one-day conference entitled Dissociative Processes and the Psychodynamics of Complex PTSD will feature Richard Chefetz. Student and government rates are available. Registration prices include a light breakfast and boxed lunch. For additional information on the conference, please visit our Conference Website.

ISSTD is also excited to collaborate with Belmont Hospital and the Caanan Institute to present a two-day conference to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Trauma and Dissociation Unit. Conference speakers include ISSTD members Warwick Middleton, Martin Dorahy, Cathy Kezelman, Joan Haliburn, Michael Salter, Mary-Anne Kate, David Leonard, Robert Llewellyn-Jones, Jan Ewing and Lenaire Seager. Registration is now open! For additional details on the conference, visit the Conference Website.

Mark your calendars now for October 28, 2017 as ISSTD will present a one-day conference in Baltimore with the proceeds from this conference benefiting the TOP DD Study. Plans are also underway for future Regional Conference in New York and Denver. Details on these conferences will be posted on the homepage of the ISSTD website and announced in future ISSTD News publications as they become available.