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Many of you were keen viewers of our old FB page but we had to create a new one. Since Facebook implementated its new policy, all editors had to be re-assigned their privileges. Unfortunately, we could not retrieve admin details and could not post any new content since then. The...

New Membership fees from January 2024

Dear ESTD members,In accordance with the resolution adopted by the ESTD General Meeting in November 2023, from the 1st January 2024 new membership fees will apply.The annual fee for ESTD members with a subscription to the European Journal for Trauma & Dissociation will increase by EUR 5 and will amount...

The latest issue of the Newsletter

We are pleased to present the latest issue of our newsletter. Discover the table of contents and get access to the latest news regarding the subject of trauma and dissociation. Table of contents Quarterly Quote Letter From The President When Parents/Carers Struggle Book Review Hot Off The Press Dates For...

ESTD expectations from mentors

An ESTD mentor is a known and experienced professional in his country in the field of trauma and dissociation, also recognized by ESTD, that provides training, supervision, produces webinars and educational material and may also participate in the ESTD certification program.Mentors promote ESTD during their trainings, lectures or conference presentations...

The use of innovative drugs in the treatment of (severe) PTSD: New findings and perspectives January 16 2024, at 7-8.30pm

Reviewing matrix of psychedelics in PTSD treatment Prof. Col ret’d Eric Vermetten, MD, PhDAbstractPost-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) remains one of the most debilitating mental conditions, often resistant to conventional treatments. After the standing history of the use of LSD for PTSD reactions in concentration camp survivor syndrome in the Netherlands...

Cyber attacks

Dear Member, Please, beware that the ESTD board has often been the target of cyber attacks. It means that some people set up fake accounts under the name of a board member and send out messages, pretending to be that person. Their intent is to trick others, make them respond...