NESTTD sponsors seven events per year. All of our events provide information related to the identification or treatment of Complex Trauma or Dissociation. We bring world-class presenters who specialize in this rapidly evolving field to New England. Come to one event or come to many!
Our traditional series consists of four programs offered on Saturdays four times a year.*
Two Half-Day Morning Workshops offering 3 Continuing Education (CE) units; sometimes followed by an optional Afternoon Intensive offering 3 additional CE units. The Afternoon Intensive is limited to a smaller group and allows a deeper understanding of case material as well as participant questions. Attendance at the Morning Workshops is a prerequisite for participation in the related Intensive.
Two All-Day Workshops offering 6 CE units. All-Day workshops run from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, and the associated cost includes a boxed lunch.
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The Half-Day Morning Workshops are free to current members. Member discounts are also available for Intensives, All Day programs, and FAS. See more about Membership Discounts here.
Fundamentals is offered annually in March or April, and is especially(but not only)for newcomers to the subject. As an All-Day program, Fundamentals offers six CE units.
Friday Afternoon Series (our newest series)
For More Information
About Continuing Education (CE) credits click here.
About Upcoming Workshops and to see this season’s line-up of speakers and presentation topics click here.
NESTTD events are co-sponsored by the New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation and The Institute for Continuing Education. Continuing education credit is offered as described below.
Programs that offer 3.00 hrs. of instruction time offer 3.00 CE contact hours (half-day workshops or intensives).
Programs that offer 6.00 hours of instruction time offer 6.00 CE contact hours (full-day workshops).
Full attendance is required. Partial CE credit is not offered.
Continuing education credit is awarded for full attendance. Application forms and other required CE materials will be available on site. If you have questions regarding the program, agenda, learning objectives, presenter bios, grievance issues, contact The Institute for Continuing Education at: 800-557-1950/email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please Note: It is the responsibility of the attendee to determine if CE credit offered by The Institute for Continuing Education meets the regulations of their state licensing/certification board. Neither Counseling nor Social Work registrants are eligible for CEs unless the specific program they wish to attend is listed here as having received approval by the sponsoring organizations, NBCC and NASW-MA, respectively.
More information about continuing education, including eligibility for specific programs, is available here: