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ISSTD 2017 Annual Conference Updates: Preliminary Program, Social Event & Early Bird Rates

by ATS Staff on 02/02/17


PRELIMINARY PROGRAM NOW AVAILABLE!
The 2017 Annual Conference Preliminary Program is now available! Here you will find a list of presentations for the entire conference, along with hotel, airport, and continuing education information. We anticipate that our online Itinerary Planner will be available in late-January or early-February which will included more detailed information on each presentation.

ACCESS PRELIMINARY PROGRAM
 
ANNOUNCING OUR CONFERENCE SOCIAL EVENT

ISSTD is excited to announce that our conference social event this year will be a scavenger hunt at the International Spy Museum in downtown Washington, DC.

Event Details
Friday 31 March 2017  5:30PM - 7:00PM
$69 Students   |   $89 Members   |   $99 Non-Members/Guests

Participants will be put into teams and compete against each other as they answer questions, find a "dead-drop", decipher an encrypted message, and "bug" other teams.

Registration for this event will open Friday 20 January 2017. A limited number of tickets are available for this event so buy your tickets early.
 

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION ENDS 31 JANUARY 2017!
Join ISSTD in metro Washington, DC!  Only TWO WEEKS LEFT to register for the ISSTD 34th Annual International Conference at early bird rates!

Featured Plenary Presentations

Bruce Perry, MD, PhD
Trauma and the Developing Brain
Saturday 1 April 1 2017
Julian Ford, PhD | Dolores Mosquera, PhD | Warwick Middleton, MD | John O'Neil, MD (Moderator)
Panel Discussion: The Borderline Question
Sunday 2 April 2 2017

Pamela Alexander, PhD
Intergenerational Trauma
Monday, 3 April 2017

Conference Program Highlights:
8 Pre-Conference Workshops
ASCH Intermediate Hypnosis Training
Workshops, Paper Sessions, Forum Discussions, Symposia
4 Post Conference Workshops
President's Reception and Annual Awards Dinner
CE/CME Credits Available?

For additional conference details hotel, airport, and continuing education information, visit the CONFERENCE WEBSITE!
REGISTER NOW & $AVE!

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