CTIP is the Trusted Name in Trauma
For over 20 years, the Center for Trauma Informed Practices (CTIP) has partnered with leaders in government, education, social work, mental health, police, corporate, and community to more effectively prevent, intervene, and respond to crises, violence, and traumatic events.
Today, organizations trust CTIP to bring the right people, processes, technology, and expertise together to develop comprehensive trauma-informed strategies, deploy precise training and methodologies, and implement specialized tools that all combine to better mitigate the psychological and systemic response to trauma.
Whether you’re looking to proactively prepare your organization with comprehensive planning and information gathering tools, or respond to the unfortunate situation where violence or trauma has already occurred, CTIP will work with you to restore and maintain public trust.
From NACTATR to CTIP
The Center for Trauma Informed Practices was formerly called "NACTATR: the North American Center for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response". Our commitment to high levels of trauma-informed practices has led us to the development of CTIP. All NACTATR services offered in the United States will be conducted through CTIP. In Canada, NACTATR will co-brand for the 2022-23 academic year with CTIP, which means that all materials will have both logos.
The NACTATR website will be redirected to the CTIP site. All of the NACTATR trainings and services will remain the same, but will flow through the CTIP brand. With the move to CTIP will come further enhancements to existing programs, as well as new programs and services.
Meet Our Team
J KEVIN CAMERON
PRESIDENT & CEO
CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER
DR. VICTORIA RAISH
LEAD INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNER
National Training Team
DIRECTOR OF TRAINING
DIRECTOR OF CANADIAN
DR WILLIAM POLLACK
PHD, CTIP SENIOR ADVISOR
DIRECTOR OF THE CENTERS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN
DR. MARLEEN WONG
PHD, LCWS, CTIP SENIOR ADVISOR DIRECTOR OF FIELD EDUCATION AT THE USC SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK