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

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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.

What's New at ITTIC

Sandra Bloom

ITTIC is honored to announce that Dr. Sandra L. Bloom, creator of The Sanctuary Model in Trauma-Informed Care, has joined its Expert Advisory Board. Dr. Bloom has spent the last forty years working with over 100 organizations and numerous individuals throughout the world to help create Trauma-Informed organizational cultures. Dr. Bloom joins panelists Roger Fallot, co-creator of the Five-Principle Trauma-Informed Care model, along with Lisa Butler, Ph.D., and Lisa Najavits, Ph.D. We are excited and pleased to have her as well as the other experts on our team!   

2/27/15

An infographic describing trauma and trauma-informed care.

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3/26/15
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.
2/12/15

Learn the basics of trauma and trauma-informed care.

3/26/15
We provide research and training for organizations regarding trauma and trauma-informed care through evaluation, trauma-specific treatment interventions, technical assistance and consultation. We are unique because we are able to customize our services to meet the needs of each organization.
partners
2/12/15
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.