How restorative interventions, language constructs and approaches can support the Family Mediation process

How restorative interventions, language constructs and approaches can support the Family Mediation process

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This workshop will consider how Restorative interventions, language constructs and approaches can support the Family Mediation process. We will explore the underlying theories and foundations of the restorative continuum; understand how they align with current mediation principles and processes and consider the impact on our own practice. We will look at influences from the likes of Dr Marshall Rosenberg, Fair Process, Scaffolding Theory and Tim Wachtel.

Trainer:

Carlie Norris has been working in Restorative Justice and Restorative Practice since 2010. Carlie has worked across Public and Private sectors delivering structured Restorative Justice Conferences, as well as informal proactive Restorative Circles and Family Group Conferences. Carlie has worked in Children’s Services for over 10 years, most recently in safeguarding, serious case reviews and Restorative Practice implementation. More recently Carlie has trained as a Family Mediator with FMA and is currently working towards accreditation.

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