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Cultivating Connected School Communities

What are Relational & Restorative Principles & Practices?

A relational and restorative environment is one that builds strong, trusting relationships among all members of the community, and justly responds to conflicts and experiences of harm in mindset and practice.

Introduction to Restorative Practices, produced by Kerri Berkowitz

Restorative Practices

Restorative Practices build a school culture which is inclusive, infuses fair process into decision-making, & facilitates learning through a relational approach centered around high expectations and high support and care. 


What We Do

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High quality training on the full range of proactive and responsive relational and restorative principles and practices.

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Personalized training of trainers program designed to prepare individuals advancing on to become RP trainers and coaches.

Stand-up Meeting

Facilitated process of determining the best RP training and implementation roll-out strategy for your community. 


Learn how to integrate multiple school climate initiatives into one comprehensive vision and rollout strategy. 


Elevate your restorative practice with individualized 1:1 coaching sessions to sharpen skills, build fluency, & receive support for nativagaing sticky situations.


Team coaching sessions to guide district or school-wide RP implementation over time. 


This was an amazing experience. I knew the benefits restorative practices would have on the children we serve but I had no idea the impact this training would have on the relationships between our staff. We are stronger and more united as a result.

Sara Selznick

Senior Director of Programs, Delray Beach

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