The Child Trauma Research Centre works to actively shape the world in which we wish to live. The CTRC conducts innovative, strength-based, and trauma-integrated research to develop policies that enhance well-being for children and youth, and the adults in their lives. The CTRC focuses on supporting children, families, and communities to bridge the gap between research and real-world impact. Through multi-disciplinary, cross-sectoral research, the CTRC provides research capabilities to support efforts to address the social determinants and impacts of childhood trauma in Saskatchewan, the Prairies, Canada, and globally. Through research and knowledge sharing best practices, the CTRC aims to reduce the negative long-term health, social, emotional, and economic effects of childhood trauma. It is our motivation to transform the field of child trauma research through strength-based approaches, fostering hope, compassion, and meaningful change.