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WELCOME to the ISSTD First Bi-National Regional Conference's Paperless Program. The conference theme is: BROKEN STRUCTURES, BROKEN SELVES: COMPLEX TRAUMA IN THE 21st CENTURY, November 27-29 at The Westin, Martin Place, Sydney!

This online Program Schedule provides you with all the information you need to plan your personal experience in Sydney in one convenient location! Our conference will be "paperless," so use this site to build your schedule and link it to your personal electronic calendar. In Mid July, we will post a printable 4 page Schedule-at-a-Glance for your additional convenience.

Come be part of an exciting conference of an all-star line up of presenters including Mr. John Feneley, New South Wales Mental Health Commissioner, the Honourable Justice Peter McClellan, AM, Chair of the Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, as well as additional international experts on trauma and dissociation including Richard P. Kluft, MD, PhD; Bethany Brand, PhD; Joyanna Silberg, PhD; Russell Meares, MD; Warwick Middleton, MD; Philip J. Kinsler, PhD; Lynette Danylchuk, PhD and others.

So, jump right in! Here are a few quick notes to get you started:
  • On the upper left side of this page, please find the "Register Now" button to click directly to register for the conference! Early Bird Rates will apply until 1 September 2015.
  • Click "Event Details" to view the conference website which contains information about our conference hotel, The Westin Sydney.
  • Click "Schedule at a Glance" and find the program items listed chronologically. Click on any of these item for more detailed information.
  • Scroll your cursor over "Sessions" and select to browse the conference content by date, title, course or speaker! Again, if you click on any item, you will access further detail. Click on a speaker's name and access that speaker's bio and photos!
  • Best of all, you can use the "Save My Plan" feature (black menu bar at top of page, on the left) which will allow you to create a personal plan for the conference. Click "Save My Plan", then within the Schedule-at-a-Glance click on the star next to a sessions you would like to attend, this will create your personalized plan. Your plan is saved in My Plan. You will be able to print your schedule out in advance or view it online.
  • Do you Tweet? Do you let your friends know what you're up to on Facebook? When you open any of the presentations details you'll find that you can share the information with colleagues! Use the quick links to post a presentation on Facebook or Twitter, or sent the information about a presentation to a friend using the email link and encourage your colleagues to attend!
  • Still want more help? Click "About eventScribe" on the black menu bar on the upper right of this page for access the "Quick Start Guide" visual tutorial!
Enjoy this site, make your plan, and register to attend the ISSTD Australia/New Zealand Conference today!

This site will be updated should there be any changes.

DISCLAIMER FOR THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF TRAUMA AND DISSOCIATION
The diagnosis and treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder and other dissociative disorders continue to be in an evolutionary stage of development. There are many differing approaches. The techniques and suggestions as presented in papers, slides, audio tapes, video, or demonstrations at Society conferences are those of the authors and presenters and do not necessarily reflect or represent the opinions or suggestions of the Society. While these techniques may have been successful in the hands of workshop presenters, it must be understood that it does not follow that this will be so for every therapist or in every case. Participants are advised to ensure that they exercise their own independent professional judgment when treating patients, consistent with the prevailing standard of care in their locality and the current literature on dissociative disorders. The material presented here is for the purpose of information exchange only. Those who choose to use it do so at their own risk and professional responsibility. The material presented is of a preliminary nature. Speakers, titles, and topics are subject to change. For the latest information consult the ISSTD Web site at www.isst-d.org.

Presentations on trauma and dissociation have the potential to be distressing to some conference attendees. Individuals are strongly encouraged to use prudent caution and judgment in deciding whether a given workshop is appropriate to attend, particularly in the case of those programs that offer an experiential component.
(Last update: 27 Oct 2015.)

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