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Our Projects

June 16, 2022

Take Up Space, You Matter!: Fostering (Re)Connection After the Pandemic through Trauma-Informed Community Arts Programming

Project Summary: This project seeks to research the impacts of trauma-informed arts-based engagements in dance, music and skateboarding on youth’s mental health and wellbeing. This project responds directly to the impacts of isolation and anxiety youth have been experiencing during COVID-19 through trauma-sensitive engagements which will be shaped to increase self-regulation and build healthy relationships. […]

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June 16, 2022

Communities Building Youth Futures (CBYF)

Project Summary: Communities Building Youth Futures is a pan-Canadian project to develop collective impact and system-wide solutions for youth as they build and act upon plans for their future. A primary goal for engaging youth, aged 15 to 30, facing barriers to education and employment, is to develop strategies that enable young people to be […]

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June 16, 2022

Supporting Youth Resilience and Well-Being in Southern Saskatchewan

Project Summary:  In 2021, the CTRC sought to expand its network and reach by building relationships with communities in Southern Saskatchewan, including, but not limited to, Cypress Hills, Maple Creek, and Swift Current. Trauma-sensitive programming and opportunities for children and youth were explored, and partnerships secured. Our CTRC team will be working with schools, community […]

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June 16, 2022

Public Safety Personnel Families: An Ecosystem of Prevention Resources and Supports

Project Summary: Our goal is to develop and offer evidence-based and trauma-informed mental health primary and secondary prevention resources and adapt existing tertiary prevention supports to serve micropopulation of PSP families through PSPNET – Families. Developing the PSPNET – Families ecosystem will require an ecological approach that recognizes that PSP and their family members affect […]

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June 16, 2022

Mental Health Attendance Policy Initiative

Project Summary:  This project will be primarily focused on establishing ‘mental health’ as an excusable absence and offering possible interventions for what the data shows. Mental illness is one of the most non-discriminative aspects of our existence. It connects us while tearing us away from one another due to the harsh stigma around this issue. […]

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June 16, 2022

Canadian Consortium On Child And Youth Trauma

  Project Summary: We began participating in the ‘Journal Watch’ explorations looking at emergent child trauma research. We also presented at the first-ever 2021 ‘Child and Youth Trauma Symposium’ with a presentation entitled: Supporting the mental health and well-being of Canadian children, families, and service providers during COVID-19 and beyond: Mobilizing critical knowledge through the […]

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For information with regards to possible partnership, research collaboration, and/or sponsorship opportunities, please contact us:
Nathalie Reid, PhD
Director
Phone: 306-585-4543
CTRC, University of Regina
Phone: 306-585-4723; Email: CTRC@uregina.ca