Center for Advanced Studies in Trauma & Dissociation

ISSTD Seeks New Center for Advanced Studies Administrator

The International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation is seeking a new Center for Advanced Studies (CFAS) Administrator. This position is fully remote. Position Description The CFAS Administrator provides support on all training offerings with a focus on the ISSTD Professional Training Program. They assist with administrative tasks including attendance tracking, website troubleshooting […]

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Committee Update

The Goodwin Fund Sub-Committee

The Goodwin Fund is a donor restricted fund, intended to further education for those who have fewer financial opportunities. The Goodwin Fund runs twice a year with a budget of 2400.00 USD per year. This Fund is intended for those who possess an interest in learning more about complex trauma and dissociation. Applicants who hold […]

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Volunteer Opportunity Spotlight

ISSTD University/School Database Project

This month’s Volunteer Position Spotlight shines on an opportunity to assist with ISSTD’s University/School Database. This opportunity may particularly suit our Student and Emerging Professionals Members. ISSTD requires a volunteer to assist with the establishment of a database of all university, school and training programs which focus on trauma. This database will be used to […]

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Research Recruitment

Participants Needed for Online Research: Life Experiences, Personality & Relationships

We are looking for volunteers to take part in an online study of the role of life experiences(e.g., supportive family, feeling loved, being punished or abused, experiencing trauma) onpersonality, relationships, and mental wellbeing. We are looking for adults aged 18 years or older who are fluent in English and do not have aphysical brain injury or […]

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Letter From The President

Recognising Two Pioneers of Our Field

Dear ISSTD Community, This month, two pioneers in the field of complex trauma and dissociation retired: Professor Jennifer Freyd and Professor Ross Cheit. They were personal heroes of mine a long time before I had the chance to meet them. While each has made a distinctive contribution, I’ve been struck by their similarities. They are […]

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News You Can Use

News You Can Use

Welcome ISSTD’s New Members in June! Professional MembersKimberly BrandhagenKelly CountsSummer DannerAnita GuajardoJacqueline LydstonCeara McNeilPerry PassaroMegan RemsenNicole RennixChrisula TasiopoulosMelissa TschetterJoselyn Vazquez RamirezJacob WilliamsLyn WilliamsNina Zadurian Student MembersBeth JacobsAlan NewcombBrian RinkSarah RothMary SmithBetty Snell Emerging Professional MembersLynn CrothersJustin LeungWei-Hao Wu Do You Have News ISSTD Members Can Use? We need your help to make NYCU a great […]

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Call for Proposals

ISSTD Annual Conference 2024 Call for Proposals

Greetings Everyone! We are excited to announce that the ISSTD 2024 Annual Conference will be held in Frisco, Texas, USA, March 21-25, 2024, and the Call for Proposals is now open! The theme for this conference is, “The Healing Power of Dignity in the Treatment and Research of Complex Trauma and Dissociation.” The conference is […]

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Clinical Reflections

Birth Trauma, Obstetric Violence and Birth Rape

Trigger warning – some of the information in this article may be distressing for people who have experienced or witnessed obstetric violence and other forms of birth trauma. Birthing is one of the most compelling life events for a woman, her family, and the generations to come. Birthing is an experience that women embody for […]

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Publications of Interest

Moral Injury and Vicarious Trauma

This month in our quarterly column, Publications of Interest, we are bringing you a selection of articles which explore the concept of moral injury, including within health professionals. As usual we have tried to find some articles that are Open Access, or are available to members through our Journal of Trauma & Dissociation. We hope […]

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