Developed by the CTR Clinical Team to equip you with practical knowledge, cutting-edge research, and tools to help children heal.

So far, we've equipped...

  • Educators
  • Foster and Adoptive Parents
  • Child Welfare Workers (Mainstream and Aboriginal Agencies)
  • Family Service Agencies
  • Mental Health Staff that work alongside children and youth

The courses were a great mix between theory and practical application.

Kootenay School District Teacher

"As an educator, one of the biggest challenges we face is students with intense behaviours. Educators feel at a loss with how to deal with these behaviours and it can be increasingly difficult not to take it personally. I have been able to watch two of my students build their self-esteem, develop a sense of safety and therefore make huge strides in their educational journey. The shift in understanding from where behaviours initiate and how their brain is reacting is a paradigm shift in our education system. Taking training in this course allows this shift to happen!"



* Course hours can be used towards Professional Development Requirements.

Certificates will be provided for all courses upon completion.

“I can’t thank you enough for all your help and support. It’s been insightful, encouraging, and vey, very helpful. We are grateful for the opportunity to have participated and to have learned, developed, and adapted so many of the wonderful strategies presented. It’s made a huge difference in both of our lives.”

Foster Parent

I can honestly say that the training modules have assisted in shifting all of our lenses to trauma-informed. I find the information relevant and specific to what we do in our day-to-day work.”

Eagle Nest Community and Aboriginal Services


What People Are Saying About Us

Home Grown.

Based in British Columbia, we are honoured to have equipped thousands of educators, caregivers, and parents across the province.

Foster Parent's Review
Teacher's Review
Social Worker's Review

Agency Team Leader's Review
Agency Director's Review
Principal's Review