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About Us

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.

Since its inception, ITTIC has provided training and consultation within the systems of child welfare, adult mental health, developmental disabilities, education, criminal justice and the court system.


Learn the basics of trauma and trauma-informed care.

Jenna Raphael, MSW '13, shares her experience designing ITTIC's logo.

An infographic describing trauma and trauma-informed care.

The Institute on Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care (ITTIC) is supported and guided by our team of talented directors and affiliates, who possess an array of skills and expertise that translate to informed, cutting edge research rooted in real-world impact and best and current practices.

Listen to our panel of experts discuss their work in trauma and trauma-informed care.


View photographs from numerous past events.

Have a question about ITTIC and/or our services? Want to request more information about trainings? Have a suggestion for us? We'd love to hear from you.