NICTT - The Northern Ireland Centre for Trauma & Transformation
 Making Contact
 Mapping Of Psychotherapies
 View the NICTT Video

 Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
 How to Access Services
 Assessment & Treatment
 Checklist of Symptoms
 Do You Know Somebody...?
 What is Cognitive Therapy?
 Overview of Programmes
 Training & Development
 Mental health pilot sites
 Audit of Psychotherapies
 Training courses

 Trauma Strategy - An  Example
 The Research Programmes
 Training & Development
 Specialist Workshops Etc
 Coordinated Service Network
 Treatment programme

 Humanitarian Relief

 Links to Other Sites
 The Trustees
 Centre Staff
 Employment opportunities
 The Snowdrop logo
 What is transformation?




Welcome to The Northern Ireland Centre for Trauma & Transformation website. We hope you find the site helpful.

You can find out more about the Centre on other pages on the website, but the following provides a quick overview.

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Please note that this website is currently under review and is subject to change.

View the NICTT Video

The Centre was set up by a charitable trust in 2002 and is based in Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland.  Our principal aim is to provide training and support developments in relation to cognitive therapy and psychological trauma related disorders.  See our training and development page for more details.

We provide a trauma focused cognitive therapy treatment programme for people suffering from conditions such as post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and related conditions.  This service is available, subject to our capacity, to people affected by incidents linked to the Northern Ireland Conflict (The Troubles) and to other (non-Troubles) traumatic experiences.  See our treatment programme page for more information.

We also undertake research, policy development (including disaster mental health planning) and where possible provide support to other countries through our humanitarian relief programme, where there is a need for training in relation to psychological trauma.

The Centre is funded by the Office of the First Minister (OFMDFM) from April 2006 for two years.  The funding is being managed by the Department of Health & Social Services Public Safety Northern Ireland (DHSSPSNI)

NICTT gratefully acknowledges the support of Paul Seawright for his kind permission to use his photographs.

Guidance on advice provided
This site contains general health information offered as a public service for informational & educational purposes. The information provided is not a substitute for professional therapeutic or medical assessment, advice or treatment. If you suspect that you or someone you care about has a psychological trauma related condition, it is important to secure the advice of a suitably qualified medical or healthcare professional for additional guidance or a consultation regarding the proper diagnosis and treatment.

Courses February 2007