Restorative Practices

Objective

To prepare participants to assess conflicts and use restorative practices to address issues of concern in the community.

The workshop includes:

  • Introduction to restorative justice theory;

  • Conflict assessment and the quest for transformation;

  • Introduction to restorative practices, such as circles, community conferencing and victim-offender dialogue;

  • Facilitation Skills and Techniques;

  • How to conduct face-to-face meetings designed to build community and facilitate restoration, healing, restitution, and reconciliation.

Ideal for community leaders, mediators, social workers, teachers, school counselors, criminal justice specialists and human resource practitioners.

Upcoming Restorative Practices Workshops

September 12, 2019 – September 13, 2019
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day

Registration Fees

  • $300.00 – NO PA-CLE or NASW-CEU Credits
  • $350.00 – With PA-CLE or NASW-CEU Credits
  • $270.00 – PCM member discount: NO PA-CLE or NASW-CEU Credits
  • $320.00 – PCM member discount: With PA-CLE or NASW-CEU Credits