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The Institute on Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care (ITTIC)

The Institute on Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care (ITTIC) is a part of The Buffalo Center for Social Research at the UB School of Social Work. ITTIC provides research and training for organizations regarding trauma and trauma-informed care through evaluation, trauma-specific treatment interventions, training, technical assistance, research and consultation.

About the logo: Spanning cultures and generations, the rising phoenix symbolizes strength, re-birth and new beginnings. Behind the phoenix, our logo has a mandala design. Mandalas represent wholeness, unity and completion and have been used throughout our work at ITTIC.

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11/14/14
The Institute on Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care was started at the University at Buffalo in 2012 by Research Professor Tom Nochajski and Clinical Associate Professor Sue Green out of the need for additional trauma-related services, training and support within the University and community at large.
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11/14/14
We provide research and training for organizations regarding trauma and trauma-informed care through evaluation, trauma-specific treatment interventions, training, technical assistance and consultation. Additionally, we offer a variety of training and/or evaluation options to fit your organization's needs.
11/14/14

View photographs from numerous past events.

partners
6/25/14
The Institute on Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care has developed strategic partnerships with various community organizations. Together, collaborators work to promote the implementation of trauma-informed care across various disciplines in Western New York.