To all our members and guests:
1) Under the Resources tab, we've added a special section to our website which provides professional and client resources related to COVID-19. In addition, throughout the site you will find information on how the global pandemic is impacting our schedule of events for the remainder of this year. Finally, during this difficult time, please feel free to share your thoughts via a blog on our site!
2) Also under the Resources tab, we are building a new tab on our site called "Racism and Trauma", which contains resources around dealing with emotional trauma related to racial injustice. We will be adding to this tab regularly, so check back often.
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.
2020 Action Plans
NESTTD’s Board and Committees are undertaking a number of critical action steps this fall as we work towards becoming an Anti-Racist organization. For more information, Click here.
Special Notice: Impact of COVID-19 on our programs
While we understand that one of the greatest benefits our organization provides is the ability to network with each other in person, we believe it is more important to protect the health and safety of our participants and presenters. As a result, all of our 2020-2021 programs will be conducted virtually via the Zoom platform. We are hopeful that we will be able to resume in-person programs in September of 2021.
Need a referral? Check out our searchable directory, Find-A-Therapist
Board Meeting Highlights
Find out what our NESTTD Board is focusing on here!
We'd love to hear from you! Want to post a blog on our site? We welcome blogs from our members and guests, subject to our internal reviews. We'd especially like to hear how you are dealing with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on your professional and personal lives. Please email submissions to info@NESTTD-online.org.
Upcoming Board Meetings
All Board and committee members are welcome to attend. Please RSVP to email@example.com and materials/zoom link will be provided.
Saturday, December 12th, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Sunday, January 24th. 12 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Saturday, February 20th. 10:00 a.m. -12:30 p.m.
Membership in NESTTD
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 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
Enjoy a special section of our website devoted that's just for members!
Join your fellow members to share ideas, encourage and support each other, and have a cup of coffee! Planning for our next event is underway; watch this space for the date!
Zoom link: Coffee Times Link PW 603746
Workshop handouts that have been approved for sharing by the presenter may be found in the Members Area of the website after logging in.
NESTTD has made available to its members the “Mining the Treasures of our Membership” video series. The series focuses on members of our community who have not been NESTTD presenters and are held in high regard for his or her contribution in the area(s) of leadership, teaching, training, trauma theory, or innovations of clinical practice.
To access these videos, please log in at the left and go to the Members Area using the side navigation bar. Click on Video Library and follow the instructions to view the videos. We hope you enjoy this series.
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