Integrate and Apply Restorative Practices for the Young Adult and Beyond

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Individuals who have experienced trauma are more effectively supported in an environment that fosters recovery, well-being and connection. This program will enable educators, providers, and corrections professionals who work with both adults and young adults to deliver resources and build skills in community integration, accountability, and conflict resolution. The day will be divided into two parts with the first combining informational talk and interactive exercises and the second facilitating restorative dialogue in groups with questions and activities for integration and application. Participants will be able to analyze the mindset and core philosophy of the restorative approach and demonstrate restorative practices for prevention, conflict, and as an alternative to expulsion or incarceration.


Restorative Justice Institute of Maine The Restorative Justice Institute was founded in 2011 to engage individuals and organizations in expanding restorative practices from existing efforts currently underway and foster their growth throughout communities across the state. read more…


  • 5.5 contact hours for psychologists, social workers, licensed clinical professional counselors, continuing health education specialists, corrections and behavioral health professionals. 


Check-in will begin at 8:30 a.m. 

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