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Case Conceptualization Committee

Terms of reference: The committee was tasked with developing a new case conceptualization form and associated materials for use in training and to be used by applicants for certification. The committee submitted the new Case Conceptualization Form (together with supplementary materials: A guide and a clinical example) and it was approved by the Executive Board in February 2018. It was subsequently released to the ISST and these documents are available to members at

Case Conceptualization Form

Case Conceptualization Form Instruction Guide

Case Conceptualization Form Filled-in Example

The committee is also tasked with monitoring the use of these materials and reviewing them with a view to further revision as needed.  It is also tasked with developing a rating scale for evaluating Case Conceptualizations submitted as part of the process of applying for certification.

Chair: David Edwards 

Members: Poul Perris, Vartouhi Ohanian, Tijana Mirovic & Svenic Goral (CC translation)

Membership:  Appointed by Co-Ordinator of Certification and Training.

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