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RCMC Acknowledgement and Appreciation for the Work

16 Aug 2022 4:33 PM | Leonardo Mendes Wainer (Administrator)

Dear Members of the ISST,

The Executive Board would just like to acknowledge and appreciate the wonderful work of the Resource Committee for Members in Crisis (RCMC).

Under the steady leadership of the RCMC Chair, Magdalena Kitlowska, she and her committee members have made great progress towards supervision and training for ISST Members from Ukraine. These committee members include Daria Rakhubovska, Kristina Zhyvago, and Tena Davies.

We also want to acknowledge the contributions of other ISST members who have volunteered their time and resources to accomplish this important goal:

In alphabetical order: Zaneta Adamczyk, David Bernstein, Marsha Blank, Louise Coates, Tara Cutland-Green, David Edwards, Gill Heath, Daan Jonker, Ilona Krone, Liz Lacy, George Lockwood, Lars Madsen, Karin Pogade, Lynda Perry, Oleg Romanchuk, Robin Spiro, Cilia van Thiel, Katalin Tolvay and Remco van der Wijngaart.  if you think you could help us make a difference for our Ukrainian colleagues- please join us!

This work is very much in line with the intention and mission of this committee:

· Address professional concerns and needs of ISST members affected by overwhelming mass crises, such as war, refugee crisis, and natural disasters

· Organize aggregate of resources for members in crisis within bounds of ISST legal and statute guidelines, to include professional resources, including personal therapy, supervision, training, and personal support for therapists in need and

· Support members in addressing the needs of affected client populations

With Admiration and Gratitude,

The ISST Executive Board,

Jeff Conway- President

Alexandra Schooser- Vice President

Cristina Sterie- Certification Coordinator

Christian Ferreira de Vasconcellos- Treasurer

Leonardo Wainer- Media Coordinator

Pam Pilkington- Scientific Coordinator

Richard Brouillette- Secretary

Rita Younan- Training Coordinator

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