Member Sponsorship Program

The Membership Committee of ISSTD has been looking into ways of setting up a sponsorship program for membership. A few months ago, a working group was established with members Warwick Middleton, Rosita Cortizo, D. Michael Coy and Adithy, under the leadership of Abigail Percifield (Co-Chair, Membership Committee), to brainstorm ideas, create a sustainable structure, and […]

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Training & Education

ISSTD Looking for PTP Instructors

ISSTD is currently looking for instructors in the ISSTD’s Professional Training program (PTP Instructors). This program continues to rapidly grow and evolve, and we are looking for passionate professionals who have an interest in teaching and a comprehensive understanding of the field of complex trauma and dissociation to share their expertise! The Professional Training Program […]

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Committee Update

Finance Committee

Greetings from ISSTD’s Finance Committee! As with the previous year’s update, in addition to the typical highlights, I want to offer you a bit more insight into how the Finance Committee functions within the Society. You may not be aware, but, unlike most committees, which have formed over time because the ISSTD President and Board […]

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Book Commentary: Psychoanalysis and Society’s Neglect of the Sexual Abuse of Children, Youth and Adults: Re-addressing Freud’s Original Theory of Sexual Abuse and Trauma.

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this review are solely those of the author. In The Complete Letters of Sigmund Freud to Wilhelm Fliess, I resurrect the letter, omitted in the first edition (of the letters), where Freud recognizes that his colleague will now never accept him. He seemingly, and fleetingly had the courage, which he […]

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Letter From The President

Reaching out to Victims of Human Trafficking

Dear ISSTD community, July 30 is the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, a day that has been set aside to raise awareness about the plight of human trafficking victims. Although the term “trafficking” is used with increasing frequency, it is not always clear what it means. Indeed, the legal definition of trafficking has changed […]

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News You Can Use

July 2023 News You Can Use

Welcome ISSTD’s New Members in July! Professional MembersCraig BrannanAyom AmentPeter SykesLovina ChahalOrit PaytanJanine EpereErika FilshieLisa FrankTaylor HaagMonique Hoving-SmeetsMelanie FroemkeJulie FriedmanRobert TurnerGurvinder KalraJo Bujak Student MembersLaura FlannGiselle MacDonaldCat BeerMollie MarrSydur Rahman Emerging Professional MembersMackenzie KrewiakAubrie LehrLaurelle St JeanJeffi FarquharsonAmeda BladesMaureen BornbaumHeidi XueShellina Borgman Do You Have News ISSTD Members Can Use? We need your help to […]

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Virtual Conferences

2023 Virtual Conference Schedule Featuring Sandra Bloom and Frank Corrigan Now Available

ISSTD is thrilled to announce our 2023 Virtual Conference, (Re)building Hope, (Re)orienting Safety and (Re)stabilizing Treatment with Complex Trauma and Dissociation. This online only event will take place on October 21-22, 2023. Early bird registration is open now through September 15, 2023.  ISSTD has been welcoming professionals working with complex trauma and dissociation for four […]

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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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