Brett Loftis is a human rights attorney, child advocate and national expert on trauma and resilience. After more than two decades of leading successful nonprofits, including the largest children’s law office in the southeast, and one of NC’s largest and most innovative child welfare and behavioral health organizations, in 2018 Brett founded the Center for Trauma Resilient Communities (CTRC.) Under Brett’s leadership, CTRC’s co-founders and faculty work across the country to embed and embody the science of trauma recovery and community resilience. Helping organizations and communities heal from collective trauma is Brett’s passion. Brett’s background in Christian Ministry has driven his particular interest in walking alongside faith communities as they embrace their role in the prevention and healing of individual and collective trauma.
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