Our trainings are engaging, meaningful and informative.
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We ensure our participants have a significant amount of time to practice the skills they’re learning, ask questions, and wrestle with challenging concepts that lead to a positive paradigm shift.
During this two-day intensive we will use a variety of teaching tools to keep you engaged. Much of our focus will be on demonstrating and practicing the process of Restorative Dialogue and Family Group Conferencing.
This training is highly participatory and will involve role playing as a significant part of the learning process. Our goal is to keep the pace of the day moving and full of variety. Participants will come away with the tools and knowledge to conduct both Restorative Dialogue and Family Group Conferencing.
Coaches will be present during practice sessions and on-site opportunities for coaching may be made available upon request.
This two-day training is designed to prepare you to facilitate a restorative process using both the Restorative Dialogue and Family Group Conferencing model.
You will practice integrating restorative conversations, learn facilitation skills, best practices, cultural sensitivity, power dynamics, dealing with difficult behaviors, self-care and strategies to write good agreements. You will practice facilitating the intake, conference and the follow-up.
To attend this training you must have completed within the year the Restorative Dialogue and Family Group Conferencing training.
This 3-hour training will provide information and skills for those who want to become involved with volunteering in the restorative process. A community member can include: victims and harmed individuals, family members and supporters, law enforcement, school personnel, and other community members.
Participants will explore the fundamental values and principles of restorative practices, and will have an opportunity to learn and practice a restorative process while understanding the important role they play.
Participating in a restorative justice process supports the person who committed the crime to understand the impact of their actions, take meaningful responsibility, and repair the harm to the extent possible.
We customize all trainings to deliver the awareness and skills needed according to the needs of your organization.
Participants will explore the history, fundamental values and principles of restorative justice, and will have opportunities to learn restorative conversations.
Learn how to defuse conflict for one-on-one interactions, know the classic responses to conflict and personal triggers, and the communication skills to get you unstuck. This training gives you new ways of communicating so that tough conversations become easy.
You will learn about the four quadrants, which represent four broad categories of behavior style: the promoter, supporter, driver, and analyzer. Successful people come from all quadrants on the matrix. This training teaches you how to interact successfully with all behavior styles.
In this experiential session you will learn the importance of being aware of what motivates your anger, how it builds, and what to do with it once it is there. You will gain the skills to prevent, and redirect others hurtful behavior while modeling those skills that will transfer into their everyday lives.
In this 5-session SMART Parenting curriculum, parents will learn effective ways to relate to their children, how to encourage cooperative behavior in their children, and how not to reinforce unacceptable behaviors. Parents will gain awareness and have the opportunity to change dysfunctional and destructive relationships with their children by offering concrete alternatives to abusive and ineffective methods of discipline and control.
Tamara's four part class on parenting proved to be extremely helpful to our residents. Those in attendance got a chance to roleplay and ask questions. Participants left the class excited to work with their children using newly learned, positive parenting skills. The resources which have been provided have been invaluable to our families.
Lynnette J. Baker
The Salvation Army
Lambuth Family Center
On behalf of the Foster Grandparent Program of Volunteers of America, thank you so very much for sharing your wealth of knowledge with our volunteers. I heard nothing but positive feedback -- they truly enjoyed your workshop series, and learned a lot to boot! Thank you also for being so pleasant to work with!
Foster Grandparent Program Coordinator
Volunteers of America, Colorado Branch
The Colorado Association for the Education of Young Children (CAEYC) would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the time and effort you are contributing to the CAEYC Winter and Spring Conference. We really appreciate you sharing your expertise with other early childhood professionals. Due to your hard work and commitment, this conference will once again provide wonderful professional development opportunities for early childhood educators.
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