Training that weaves together Indigenous and Western perspectives.

We provide culturally relevant, trauma-informed training that will increase your team’s empathy, understanding, and skills for supporting people affected by trauma, grief, and more.

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Our trainings blend Indigenous and Western approaches

We’ve built relationships with over 275 Indigenous organizations

Our Indigenous facilitators can come to you to deliver training

What We Offer

Below are a selection of offerings, developed alongside Indigenous communities we’ve worked with.

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Trainers In Your Community

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Trauma-Informed Training

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Responding to Trauma and Grief Certificate Program

Trainers In Your Community

With our private training option, you can have one of our facilitators deliver training right in your community or organization. Our trainers understand Indigenous communities and will work with you to deliver a training that is practical and relevant to your context.

Feel free to explore all of our topics and connect with us to discuss what training will work best for you.

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Why Choose CTRI?

  • Our workshops are developed using a two-eyed seeing approach.
  • Our gifted Indigenous trainers value relationship building and reciprocal learning.
  • Our trainers are trauma-Informed and acknowledge intergenerational trauma, from oppression and colonization.
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What People Are Saying

“I’ve worked alongside CTRI on a consistent basis for several years. Their trainers are sensitive to the cultural aspects of mental health services within our agency, and are approachable and experienced in delivering a variety of training topics.”

-Anthony Andrusco, Clinical Services Coordinator, Weechi-it-te-win Family Services

How it Works

Meet some of our

Indigenous Trainers

Contact our Indigenous Training Specialist

Learn how we can bring training to your community. Inquiries related to individual training, website purchases, and free resources will be directed to our general client services department.

CTRI Does Not Provide Crisis Counselling. If you are in crisis, please call or text the number 988 to receive immediate support. This suicide and crisis helpline works in both Canada and the United States.

Elliot Grisdale

Indigenous Training Specialist
[email protected]
204-452-9199 ext. 112

Statement of Reconciliation

As we walk the path of reconciliation, we are mindful of the connections we share with all our relatives. We understand that these connections are impacted by colonization and that there is trauma in our relationships and to the land and Indigenous ways of life. We commit to listening and learning from our relationships, and to be guided by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s 94 Calls to Action and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
We acknowledge that our office stands on ancestral lands, on Treaty One Territory. These are the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. We are grateful to our host nations.
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