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StressPoints Newsletter

StressPoints is the award-winning online eNewsletter of ISTSS. StressPoints shares news and opinions about traumatic stress, highlights ISTSS and affiliate societies' activities and offers informational resources and feature articles of interest to the field.

Interested in submitting an article for consideration?

To submit a story or information for inclusion in a future issue of StressPoints, contact Editor Christal L. Badour, PhD

Join the StressPoints Editorial Team

StressPoints currently has two open positions for contributing editors:

LGBTQIA+ Issues (two positions)

Being a contributing editor is a great way to make connections across the field of traumatic stress studies and cultivate editorial experience. Contributing editors serve three-year terms and are responsible for generating or soliciting articles for StressPoints at least twice per year.

To learn more about these positions or to apply, please contact StressPoints Editor Christal L. Badour, PhD.

StressPoints Editorial Team

Editor: Christal L. Badour, PhD
Managing Editor: Rachel Nathanson

Contributing Editors

Biological Perspectives
Lynnette Averill, PhD
Jack C. Lennon

Clinician's Corner
Joan Cook, PhD

Developmental Traumatology
Samar Fouda, MD
Archana Basu, PhD

Global Perspectives
Sukanya Ray, M.Phil
Mary Schacht, PhD, LICSW

Human Rights and Policy
Alyssa Jones, MA
Jessica Lambert, PhD

James A. Scholl, MA
Leah Taylor, PsyD

Media Matters
Noelle Smith, PhD
Josianne Lamothe, MSW

Military Matters
Lorig Kachadourian, PhD
Kenneth Thompson, MLA, MA

Research Methods
Ruby Charak, PhD
Talya Greene, PhD
Dana Rose Garfin, PhD

SIG Spotlight
Maureen Allwood, PhD

Student Perspectives
Emmeline Taylor
Sophie Brickman, BA
Marine Tessier, MPs

Teaching with the Journal of Traumatic Stress
Abhijit Dutta, MD, PDMJ

Trauma and Diversity 
Ryan Holliday, PhD
Amanda Khan, PhD

Trauma and World Literature
Harold Kudler, MD
Howard Lipke, PhD

View Past Issues

ISTSS members can view individual StressPoints articles on the Trauma Blog or full issues in the StressPoints archive.