Restoration Matters Training
Looking for training services? Our team offers dynamic and interactive sessions for a variety of needs your organization may have. Because restorative practices is the science of human dignity, we provide skill-based training in ways to strengthen connections in communities, address conflict, and strategize for a more productive and meaningful future. Let us help you build a restorative organization that meets the needs of your staff and those you serve.
Conflict Restoration & Transformation
Many of us have not been taught how to handle conflict in a healthy and productive way. This training teaches skills for moving through conflict restoratively. You will learn how to gain mutual understanding of all involved parties and determine the best way forward in rebuilding relationships.
for Students & Adults
Social-Emotional Learning is an evidence-based practice that focuses on the benefits of teaching kids and young adults skills for communicating their feelings. They are taught how their emotions are impacted by their environment and learn strategies for emotional regulation.
International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP) Intro to Restorative Practice & Facilitating Circles
Learn the theories and foundation behind restorative practices and how to facilitate circles in this 2-day training. Intro to Restorative Practices provides the basics for a restorative foundation within your school, workplace, organization, or community. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We have licensed instructors for IIRP.
International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP)
Facilitating Restorative Conferences
Facilitating Restorative Conferences is a 2-day training that builds upon the foundation learned in Intro to RP & Facilitating Circles. You will learn to address relational harm using the structure of a restorative conference with the IIRP framework. Contact us at email@example.com to find out more about this training.
Meet the Trainers
Meet the Trainers
Founder, Executive Director & Lead Trainer
Lynne has degrees in Health Management and in Restorative Practices with more than 25 years of training experience and curriculum design. She has an ear for hearing a need, then developing and implementing creative solutions. She integrates habits for human excellence—the virtues— with restorative practices as a way to transform and empower individuals and organizations along their restorative journey.
Gary brings a love of art and art education to his restorative practices. His 30-year teaching career is the foundation for his dynamic training techniques. Gary provides practical strategies for bringing restorative practices into daily life with warmth and humor.