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Become a member of the IRCT to join a collaborative community working together to promote and facilitate the recovery of those who have experienced childhood trauma. 

Ensuring that recovery from childhood trauma becomes available for all children and young people

Launched in 2012, we are a membership charity which provides a ‘community of practice’ for promoting a collaboration between individuals and organisations who share a passion to radically change the lives of children and young people who have suffered developmental trauma.

Our mission is to ensure that recovery from childhood trauma becomes available for all children and young people. We seek to draw together information about childhood trauma and publicise it in a bid to influence policy and improve practice in this area.

Latest News & Events

"Thank you all for such a wonderful series of talks...so much food for thought"
Annual Trauma Conference Attendee 2020
"Very thought provoking and some great resources to share with professional colleagues and families"
Annual Trauma Conference Attendee 2020
"An amazing and eye opening session today"
Annual Trauma Conference Attendee 2020
"Thank you for the insight and inspiration today....a lot of food for thought to take with me. I will remain curious!"
Annual Trauma Conference Attendee 2020
"Very interesting and useful conference"
Annual Trauma Conference Attendee 2020
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Make Permanent Exclusions Illegal

IRCT is starting this national campaign in order to encourage all schools, politicians, and parents to come up with a different system than the current one which officially tells children they are no longer wanted by their school. Many of the children permanently excluded have already suffered Adverse Childhood Experiences. To officially inflect another trauma on these children is both cruel and unnecessary.

Trauma Informed Practice - Environments to Promote Recovery
Oxford Quaker Meeting House
Friday 12th November 10AM to 4.00PM

A conference from The Mulberry Bush Third Space and The IRCT. How to develop safe environments in which recovery can be promoted.

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