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Attention all members of the Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists (ATSS): a brand new issue of our Trauma Lines Newsletter has just been published.

The March issue of Trauma Lines covers a wide variety of information, yet focuses on the devastating earthquake in Haiti, the impact it has had on the Haitian children, and offers tips for parents on how to talk to their kids about trauma. The latest issue also highlights recent ATSS-member accomplishments and endeavors.

What Does a Model ATSS Member Look Like?” is an article contributed by ATSS President Kent Laidlaw, CTR which pays tribute to Dr. Anne Eyre, CTS. After years of dedication to ATSS and its members, Dr. Eyre is stepping aside, opening up the position for Secretary on the Board of Directors.

If you are interested in being considered for this position or have any questions, please email the ATSS office at: admin@atss.info. In your email, please indicate “Board Secretary” in the subject line. Deadline for submission of application is April 15th, 2010.

In addition to publishing various conference information, the March edition of Trauma Lines also features an article written by ATSS member Ron Hall, CTS. “Stranger in a Strange Land” is an original article by Mr. Hall in which he shares his experiences of living, working and gaining the trust of a people who at one time considered him a stranger.”

If you have any ideas or information (links, videos, articles, etc.) that you would like to appear in the next Trauma Lines Newsletter, don’t hesitate to leave us a comment on this blog or email us.

Click here to view the parameters for submitting articles or information to either the Trauma Lines Newsletter or the Trauma Lines blog.

READERS: Help us improve: what did you think of the latest issue of Trauma Lines — what did you like best, what would you like to see more or less of?

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Written by traumalines

March 28, 2010 at 10:37 am

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