Lynette Danylchuk, Ph.D.
Lynette Danylchuk, Ph.D., a Clinical Psychologist, has been working in the trauma field since mid-80, starting with Vietnam Vets and people with DID. She served 12 years on the original Board of Directors of Survivorship, and then worked for the Board of the Star Foundation for several more years. She had her private practice in San Mateo, California, where, in addition to working with clients, she did (and continues to do) periodic consultation and teaching where she sees a need, including a local graduate school, juvenile hall, and the county trauma-informed services conference. Lynette has been adjunct faculty to graduate schools in the San Francisco area where she has taught, and been a dissertation chairperson. She has given keynote speeches and workshops across the state and internationally at conferences of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD). She is co-author with Kevin Connors of the book, “Treating Complex Trauma and Dissociation: A Practical Guide for Navigating Therapeutic Challenges”, Routledge, 2016.
Lynette is a Past President of ISSTD. She has been an active society member since 1996. She has chaired the Volunteer Committee, the Professional Training Program, and the ISSTD UN Task Force, gaining Affiliate Status for ISSTD with the United Nations. She is currently a member of the Conference Committee, and Chair of the Certificate Program Committee. She is an ISSTD Fellow, and winner of the ISSTD Lifetime Achievement Award.