Trauma Clinic

CASA’s Trauma Clinic uses trauma-informed approaches and evidence-based practices for children experiencing or affected by attachment disorders and/or complex developmental trauma.


This specialized program offers individual therapy sessions for children/youth and their caregivers. It is designed to support children to resolve trauma symptoms through healthy attachment to their caregivers. Trauma and Attachment Groups (TAG) may be available as part of treatment in the Trauma Clinic, should criteria be met. 

The Program

  • Treatment focuses on resolving the symptoms of trauma by supporting healthy parent-child relationships.

  • Families may take part in individual, play, and group therapy.

  • Treatment time varies with individual needs.

Who It’s For

  • Children and youth aged 5-18 years.

  • Children and youth with primary challenges associated with complex developmental  trauma and/or attachment concerns.

Referrals must be made by a health professional, such as a physician or therapist, through centralized intake at Alberta Health Services: 780-342-2701

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