Publications of Interest

Eating Disorders, Trauma, and Dissociation

Each quarter ISSTD News endeavors to focus publications of interest (POI) on recently published articles which are timely and relevant to community discourse. This POI will focus on recent publications exploring the bearing of dissociation on eating disorders including bulimia nervosa (BN), anorexia nervosa (AN), and binge eating disorder (BED). We have also tried to […]

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Volunteer Spotlight

Christine Forner

Photos by Warwick Middleton This month’s volunteer spotlight features our outgoing Immediate Past-President, Christine Forner. Christine joined ISSTD in 2006 and has been on the Board since 2010. She has just been re-elected to the Board, continuing on her volunteer work for us. Tell us about your educational and professional background, and where you live […]

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Letter From The President

November 2020 – A time to give

Dear fellow ISSTD Members, Everyone will have received the email in the last week where ISSTD members and non-members are invited to submit applications for funding assistance. This funding assistance is provided in recognition of the financial hardship that many health professionals have experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic and otherwise – to enable them to […]

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News You Can Use

News You Can Use

Bookstore Sale Unhooked Books is having a sale on all of their inventory! Do some holiday shopping and take advantage of discounted rates on books on trauma and EMDR! Want to give back this holiday season? Donate to the ISSTD Student Book Giveaway at the Annual Conference by having your order shipped straight to ISSTD. […]

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Donate to ISSTD

Thank You to Our 2020 Donors!

The ISSTD exists to better understand those with dissociative disorders and complex trauma and it naturally has an interest in all forms of psychological trauma. It provides guidelines, training, accessible literature, and ongoing professional development for those who work, and do research in our field. Our Society endeavours to make membership of our field career […]

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Special Interest Groups

Transitional Aged Youth SIG

The Transitional Aged Youth Special Interest Group is a special interest group for members of ISSTD who are interested in the treatment of complex trauma in Transitional Age Youth (TAY), generally defined as clients between 18 and 24 years old. The need for mental health workers who specialize in this age range has been highlighted […]

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Committee Spotlight

Professional Training Program (PTP)

The Professional Training Program, chaired by Sandra Bouabjian, coordinates ISSTD’s PTP courses. The ISSTD Professional Training Program is comprised of nine courses in three categories: Adult Training Courses, Child & Adolescent Training Courses, and Spanish Training Courses. Courses are offered in two formats: in-person and live teleseminar. Courses are offered across four levels, ranging from […]

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