Upcoming Live Webinars
ISSTD is excited to offer new webinars in 2016. Below is a list of upcoming live webinar events.
Live webinars are $35 for ISSTD members and $55 for non-members unless otherwise noted. Join or renew today to enjoy reduced member rates!
| Upcoming Live Webinars|
Presenter: Kathy Steele
Date: December 9, 2016
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
1.5 CE Credits available (pending)
Below is the list of 15+ ISSTD 90 minute, on-demand webinars hosted on the CE-Credit.com website. Earn up to 2 CE credits per webinar!
ISSTD Members: Enjoy the past ISSTD Webinar educational content at a reduced rates as a feature of membership! Log in to the Members Only Corner, click on the exclusive ISSTD Members webinar links to access content of all 16 ISSTD webinars at reduced costs!
Non-ISSTD Members: Access these low-cost training modules by clicking on the titles below. Non-ISSTD Members pay $25 or $45 per webinar for content access plus a small CE exam fee to earn credits.
Need credits? Non-members and Members alike may choose to purchase and earn up to 2 continuing education credit hours for each webinar at a very low price. Pay only if and when you're ready to get credits for a course.
Not a Member? Full membership in ISSTD is only $220 per year and includes free online access to content of the ISSTD on-demand webinar library at a reduced rate, the online, complete library of the Journal of Trauma & Dissociation (over a $200 value), as well as discounts on all ISSTD training and Annual Conferences (over a $200 value)! Additional membership features include the ISSTD News, MEMO, and Members Clinical Corner. Join ISSTD, participate in all that ISSTD has to offer and grow your professional self.
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Index & Access for Non-Members:
After clicking a Webinar link, you will be brought to the corresponding course page on CE-Credit.com. To access the material, please click "Get Course Material" followed by the "Purchase" link. Click "Go to Payment" to either sign into an already existing account (for CE-Credit.com) or to create a new account. Once logged in, you will be brought back to the Payment screen where you may purchase the material.
To access the material at any time, please go to the "Members" tab and select "Downloads". To view the course description or take the exam, please click the title of the course that appears in the "Downloads" section of your Member Home page.
|Series Number||Webinar Title||Instructor(s)|
(2 CE Credits each)
|The Use of Tompkins’ Innate Affect Theory and Nathanson’s Compass of Shame in Facilitating the Understanding and Treatment of DID and DDNOS||Richard P. Kluft, MD, PhD|
|The Music Behind the Lyrics: Mastering the Dissociative Surface to Facilitate the Understanding and Treatment of DID and DDNOS|
|Try to See It My Way Squared: Identifying and Resolving Stalemates and Impasses in the Treatment of DID and DDNOS|
|Respice Finem: Beginning Treatment in a Way that Facilitates a Constructive Integration or Resolution as Therapy Proceeds|
(2 CE Credits each)
|Mentalizing, Mindfulness and the Body in the Treatment of Chronic Trauma||Pat Ogden, PhD &
Kathy Steele, MN, CS
|From MindFlight to MindSight: Overcoming the Phobia of Inner Experience in Chronic Traumatization|
|Treating the Addicted Survivor of Trauma: A Somatic Perspective||Janina Fisher, PhD|
Assessment of Trauma and Dissociative Disorders
(2 CE Credits each)
|An Office Mental Status Exam for Dissociative Disorders - Part 1||Richard J. Loewenstein, MD|
|An Office Mental Status Exam for Dissociative Disorders - Part 2||Richard J. Loewenstein, MD|
|Psychological Assessment of Dissociative Disorders - Part 1 The Process of Assessing Dissociative Patients and Their Profiles on Trauma Measures||Bethany Brand, PhD|
|Psychological Assessment of Dissociative Disorders - Part 2: Dissociative Disorder Patients’ Profiles on Personality Inventories and Projectives||Bethany Brand, PhD|
|Stabilizing the disruptions and disrupting the entrenchments: Navigating the pathological adaptations of dissociative and post traumatic conditions.||Catherine G. Fine, PhD|
| Series IV|
(1.5 CE Credits each)
| Achieving Mindfulness: Using Meditation and Yoga to Encourage Mindfulness in Clients Experiencing Complex Trauma and Dissociation||Lisa Danylchuk, EdM, MFT, E-RYT & |
Christine Forner, BA, BSW, MSW
|Psychotherapy with Dissociative Adolescents;|
As if Working with Teenagers Wasn't Already Challenging Enough!
|Bob Slater, BS, MSW, LCSW-R|
|Ongoing Incestuous Abuse During Adulthood||Warwick Middleton, MB BS, FRANZCP, MD|
|Crisis Management for Clients with Complex Trauma||Victor Welzant, PsyD|
|Shame and Dissociation in Complex Trauma Disorders: Emerging Insights from the Empirical Literature||Martin Dorahy, PhD, DClinPsych|
|Hearing Voicing and Cultivating Internal Dialogue||Janina Fisher, PhD|
|Reconociendo sinomas disociativos en ninos y adolescentes (Identification of dissociative symptoms in children and adolescents in Spanish)||Sandra Baita, Psy D|
|Rational and Irrational Psychopharmacology for Complex Trauma and Dissociative Disorders||Richard Loewenstein, MD|