Restorative practices teach us how to strengthen relationships between individuals as well as social connections within communities. It focuses on enhancing and restoring relationships when harm and conflict have occurred.
Restorative practices are among the most effective strategies for conflict resolution while also building strong communities. So why not apply restorative practices to the lives of children and youth?
At Change1, we thoroughly believe in bringing the benefits of restorative practices to Child Welfare.
If you work in or with the Child Welfare system and want to learn about the foundations of peace, conflict and repair work, and effective facilitation, our 2-day restorative practices training will do just that.
This training will help assist the community of Child Welfare Professionals in developing a change in mindset, a change in the quality of interactions, and a change in system culture, leading to a kinder, more compassionate way to support people in times of chaos, crisis, grief, trauma, and pain.
We will provide a basic overview of Restorative Practices, including Restorative Justice and a basic Peacemaking/Restorative Circle Process model.
Join your trainers, Cortney Jones and Jessie Kushner for Level 1 training on November 7 & 8, 2022 from 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM at The Center for Child Protection.
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