Links and posts relevant to practitioners and advocates of RJ

School-based Restorative Justice is PBIS (positive behavioral interventions & supports)

This website has an informative video on PBIS.  They use a triangle and what I have known and taught as a public health model, primary, secondary, tertiary or universal, selected and…

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Being an explorer of inner landscapes, a restorative justice practitioner skill.

I did a small group presentation and allowed all participants to ask a question.  We did a little "reverse" talking piece, meaning they could ask the question, and pass on…

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Mentoring and recognizing the depth and skill needed to facilitate Restorative Justice.

A few recent experiences of trying to offer some coaching and mentoring, didn't go so well.  I feel an obligation to the profession to help others with Restorative Justice.  I…

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Restorative Justice and lessons from Bikram Yoga, skill practice for both.

I have taken two Bikram Yoga classes in Fort Collins, Colorado.  As I have gotten back into this process, I have a few comparisons to restorative justice.  Change, 100% effort…

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