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The 34th ISSTD Annual International Conference theme is: The Ripple Effect: Trauma in the Main Stream and we are most pleased to have Bruce Perry presenting on Saturday, April 1st, a panel featuring Julian Ford, Dolores Mosquera and Warwick Middleton, with moderator John O’Neil presenting on Sunday, April 2nd, and Pamela Alexander, presenting on Monday, April 3rd as our expert Plenary speakers. We invite you to use this site to build your schedule and link it to your personal, electronic calendar or share info about sessions via email or social media. Come be part of an exciting conference of an all-star line up of presenters.
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