Advanced Restorative Justice Training



for JRB Case Managers or Administrators
Monday, June 21 and Wednesday, June 23 - two full days (must do both days) 8:30am - 4:00pm

Location: AHM Youth Services, 25 Pendleton Road, Hebron, CT

Must have taken Restorative Justice 101 and 201

Must be a JRB Case Manager or Administrator

Capacity: 20

This 2-day intensive workshop for JRB staff will expand the learning from the RJ 101 and RJ 201 sessions. We will expand our concepts of what trauma-informed restorative justice looks like in action. This advanced training will allow participants to take a closer look at the current practices to discover opportunities for shift from the punitive approach to justice to a restorative mindset that allows us to avoid creating harmful and oppressive systems.

Day 1: On our first day together, we will deepen our experience with being in circle and ways to incorporate circle into your JRB process. We will also further explore how trauma impacts the lives of children so we can hold kids accountable without doing further harm.

Day 2: On day 2, we will expand our skills of restorative practices from using questions to listening and speaking with empathy. We will explore contract writing and action plans to repair harm. Through games, activities, videos, and circle process, we will deepen our ability to live out the principles of trauma-informed restorative practices.

In order to attend this training, attendance at the RJ101 and RJ201 are required. This workshop is limited to 20 people and is only open to JRB staff (case managers or administrators). We reserve the right to limit registration to one person per JRB if we reach capacity.


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