NESTTD

NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY FOR THE TREATMENT
OF TRAUMA AND DISSOCIATION



NESTTD

The New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation (NESTTD) is devoted to providing education, training, and resources on the effective treatment of psychological trauma, complex trauma and dissociation.

Founded in 1984, NESTTD is incorporated as a nonprofit organization. The society has its headquarters in Massachusetts and has members from Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.


Upcoming Events



Statement of Solidarity with Black Lives

In keeping with our goal to support Black lives, to work towards becoming an antiracist organization and our promise to you, our valued members,  the NESTTD Board and committee members have written a Statement of Solidarity with Black lives.  Read the statement here.


2020-2021 Board of Directors

President

Deborah Hughes, LICSW




Past-President

Carolinda Sterczala, MSW



Treasurer

Jessica Reed, LICSW



Secretary

Carol Lambert



Members-at-Large

Rina Dubin,  Ed.D

Lauren Petrilli, LICSW

Garry Ratliff, Sr, MS, MFT



NESTTD Committees

We have several committees on which our members serve to accomplish all of the great things we do.  Program, Racial Justice and Equity, Membership,  Outreach and Publicity, Friday Afternoon Series and Nominations are all welcoming new members!  Learn more about our committees here:


An Important Message from Our Nominations Committee

What will NESTTD Be?  The answer depends on what you, our members want, and what you are willing to make happen.  Please read this important message here.



Board Meeting Highlights

Find out what our NESTTD Board is focusing on here.



Next Board Meeting:  Saturday, April 3rd, 10:00 am -12:30 pm

All Board and committee members are welcome to attend.  Please RSVP to info@nesttd-online.org and materials/zoom link will be provided.


Find-a-Therapist

Need a referral?  Check out our searchable directory,  Find-A-Therapist.




Membership in NESTTD


Apply for Membership Online


We'd love to have you join us by becoming a member of NESTTD.  Access unique website features available only to members, enjoy networking opportunities with other mental health clinicians, be eligible for early sign-ups for our workshops, and receive reduced prices for our programs and workshops, including at least two free half-day sessions. 

A Special Invitation to our BIPOC Colleagues

In keeping with our commitment and vision to become an Anti-Racist Organization, the Board and Committee Members of NESTTD are in a process of change and growth.    As a part of this ongoing process and as a measure of Invitation and Solidarity with Black lives, NESTTD will be eliminating fees (Membership and Programs) for the 2020-2021 season for our colleagues who self-identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color).


For our Members