The Institute on Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care

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Providing research and training for organizations on trauma and trauma-informed care since 2012.

The UB School of Social Work’s Institute on Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care (ITTIC) helps organizations and individuals understand the effects of trauma and ensure that service systems do not retraumatize vulnerable populations. Through collaborative partnerships and funded research, we work with agencies to provide training, consultation, coaching and evaluation to facilitate trauma-informed culture change and meet your organization’s goals.

Work With Us

We collaborate with agencies and organizations to provide education, training, consultation, coaching, and evaluation services on trauma and trauma-informed approaches. Our services are always tailored to your organization's unique needs. Collaborate with us to develop a work plan that meets your goals and aligns with best practices.

Samantha Koury and Susan Green discuss ITTIC's Trauma-Informed Organizational Change Manual with social workers from the Ken-Ton School District.

The ITTIC team collaborated with the Kenmore-Tonawanda School District to facilitate trauma-informed culture change.

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Latest News

ITTIC Welcomes Members of the "Approaches to TI Support for Victims of Violence, Atrocities, and Conflict" Project

7/1/24 - ITTIC welcomed international visitors from Eurasia who visited Buffalo as members of the "Approaches to Trauma-Informed Support for Victims of Violence, Atrocities and Conflict" project from June 20-25, 2024. This program was sponsored by the US Department of State and the International Institute of Buffalo through the International Visitor Leadership Program

ITTIC was very grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with folks from around the globe to share what each organization is doing in regard to minimizing the effects of trauma and the impact of re-traumatization. 

ITTIC welcomes visitors from Eurasia.

Useful Resources

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Request free access to our manual. Use our step-by-step guide to plan, implement and sustain trauma-informed cultural change in your organization.

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Improve your understanding of trauma — or train your entire staff on the basics of trauma-informed care — with our online, self-study course.

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This online, self-guided training is for all types of supervisors (clinical and non-clinical) who wish to be trauma-informed in their interactions with staff.