George Hull Centre for Children and Families
is a children’s mental health centre whose mission is to provide hope and enhance the quality of life of infants, children, youth and families. The George Hull Centre has invested in developing expertise in the area of trauma and attachment for over a decade and recently formed the Institute of Childhood Trauma and Attachment to further the knowledge in this area through clinical practice, research and knowledge dissemination. Vision: Establish the George Hull Centre Institute for Childhood Trauma & Attachment as a provincial centre of expertise in the assessment and treatment of childhood trauma. Mission: To elevate practice and improve access to services for traumatized children, their families, and communities through research, knowledge dissemination, and clinical practice. Current projects include the development of trauma screening tools, training and consultation to a variety of essential child and youth-serving sectors, hosting multiple conferences with high-profile clinicians and researchers, and initiatives to elevate clinical practice for traumatized children.