ISTSS 30th Annual Meeting
Healing Lives and Communities:
Addressing the Effects of Childhood Trauma Across the Life Span

November 6 - 8, 2014
Pre-Meeting Institutes and Opening Keynote - November 5
InterContinental Miami
Miami, Florida USA

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About the ISTSS Annual Meeting

The ISTSS Annual Meeting is a unique opportunity to learn the latest in traumatic stress research, hear about clinical insights and innovations, earn continuing education credits, and network with colleagues.

The 2014 meeting in Miami will be the largest gathering of professionals dedicated to trauma treatment, education, research and prevention. More than 155 symposia, workshops, panel discussions, paper sessions, case studies and media presentations will be presented on a wide variety of topics related to traumatic stress. Download the Preliminary Program today.

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At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:  

  1. Describe childhood trauma and its short- and long-term effects for individuals, families, and communities.
  2. Discuss various developmental pathways through which childhood trauma may lead to longer-term mental and physical health problems.
  3. Formulate ways to engage individuals, families, and communities to prevent and treat the consequences of childhood trauma.


Special Spanish-language Track in 2014

The ISTSS Annual Meeting will also have presentations in Spanish, with simultaneous English translation, on a wide range of topics related to trauma and traumatic stress, in collaboration with Sociedad Argentina de Psicotrauma (SAPsi) and Sociedad Española de Psicotraumatología Estrés Traumático y Disociación (SEPET+D).

The ISTSS 30th Annual Meeting co-chairs are Markus Landolt, PhD, and Tine Jensen, PhD.