Become a Member
Complex Trauma Institute
Find out more below.
You can also contact our Membership
Co-ordinator by emailing:
and arrange a telephone call.
Being a member of the Complex Trauma Institute (CTI) means being part of a community of like-minded mental health professionals with access to a number of benefits, resources & professional growth in the field of complex trauma!
Memberships provide a significant source of funding for the Complex Trauma Institute (CTI), they sustain events that support our professional community & research programmes to develop our knowledge in the field of complex trauma.
Unlimited access to:
our Journal & Online Library
(articles, e-books, videos, templates)
(Webinars, Demo Videos, Workshops)
Monthly Networking Group
(Saturdays at 10:00)
The Active Learning Group
We know that our work can often be isolating...
So we offer professional and peer support.
Join our community of
like-minded professionals and keep connected through our:
Newsletters, Forum, CPD events & Active Learning Group
Get our exclusive
when you join our workshops, training days and events.
And 20 % to our 2021 conference!
The Complex Trauma Institute Membership in detail
The Complex Trauma Institute (CTI) offers three types of Memberships:
Free (access to Newsletters & Forum)
Yearly Subscription (access to all benefits) - £120
6 Months Subscription (access to all benefits) - £75
Our Members have access to our Journal 'Perspectives on Complex Trauma' & online Library, which includes more than 300 resources on the subject of complex trauma. You will find e-books, articles on the subjects of complex trauma and useful downloadable templates for your professional practice (Yearly & 6 Months Membership only).
We will keep you up-to-date about new benefits, events and updates with our monthly Newsletters and will also keep in touch through our Forum.
Do you feel you are lacking support and there is no one to talk to working in the field of complex trauma?
Keeping practitioners connected and offering professional support is at the heart of what we do. Here's how we provide this:
Our Webinars are live-learning opportunities, most of them are FREE for our Yearly & 6 Months Members and it's online so you can join us from anywhere! We also record our webinars so you will have access to these recordings even if you can't join us live.
More E-Learning such as demo videos on some of our resources and techniques, material from previous conferences and powerpoint resources will be available to you!
Our Online Forum, be part of our informative discussions (Yearly, 6 Months & Free Subscription), ask for professional support, advice, learn from your peers and keep connected! The forum is accessible 24/7 and
Our Monthly Networking Group called 'Active Learning Group' is an online meeting space in which you can meet other members who also learn trauma-informed therapies, interact, exchange ideas, share resources and learn from each other. (Scroll down for a preview) - These groups take place monthly on the last Saturday of the month, 10:00 - 11:15 AM (GMT). Annual and 6 Months members will receive a Zoom invite.
Complex Trauma Institute (CTI) has been running training workshops across the UK and organised its first conference in partnership with the University of York (April 2019). Since the Covid-19 outbreak we have moved all of our workshops and events to an online platform (Zoom). We held our first virtual conference in 2020 and second virtual conference on the 27th of March 2021.
By subscribing to the Complex Trauma Institute Membership you will benefit from:
A preview to our monthly CTI Active Learning Group
(every last Saturday of a month at 10:00 + Weds 7pm group will be added from Sep 2021)
Our new Active Learning Group is a learner/interested participant centred format with the elements of group support combined with group expertise:
It is a safe space for professionals to share experiences of working with complex trauma survivors, integrating an embodied way of working etc.
It helps with reducing isolation of professionals and is a way to connect with other members and those working with complex trauma
It fosters a collaborative supportive learning space for all
It helps to incorporate your current modality whilst including a new perspective such as trauma informed practice & embodied re-processing, etc or more specific topics like working in schools, prisons, private settings, with young people, adults etc.