Trauma-informed principles center on safety, choice, agency, connection, and collaboration. These are advocacy principles as well. As advocates, we recognize the importance to survivors of making decisions for themselves, of being acknowledged as the experts on their own experience, and of participating in relationships that are true partnerships. We strive to be trustworthy in offering our services, supports, and advocacy. These principles should also be reflected when we provide training to our colleagues and collaborative partners. This publication offers some tips on incorporating principles of a trauma-informed approach in our training environments themselves.