Join us for the 7th annual Restorative Discipline Summer Institute
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In St. Louis: We’ve moved! Join us on the campus of Saint Louis University this year. We will have more breakouts, more variety, and a 2-day option for returning practitioners. Content breakouts will be tailored to meet specific needs. You will learn more practical application of formal restorative conferencing and have time for sharing and learning from one another.
Back by popular demand in St. Louis, participants will once again learn from our returning guest speaker, Dr. Frida Rundell from International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP). Frida is a founding faculty member of the IIRP graduate program and has depth of knowledge and experience in brain research, social-emotional learning, and trauma-informed practices. You can read more about her at www.iirp.edu.
June 11-13 (click for details) St. Louis registrants new to restorative practices will experience a 3-day event with more team planning strategies, individual tracks, and special guest, Dr. Rundell. Returning practitioners can enjoy deeper learning in the 2-day training option, June 12-13.
In Wichita, Kansas: June 24-27 (click for details) Wichita registrants new to restorative practices will experience a 4-day event with more basic training, specialized breakout sessions, and a special day of reflection on being a restorative practitioner with a guest speaker. Returning practitioners have a 3-day option (June 25-27) that includes the special day of reflection and advanced training to build on skills learned in 2018. Registration includes lunch this year, and note our new location on the flyer!
Use this Request for Restorative Training Support form for onsite training with your staff, students, parents, community members
About the Trainer
Lynne Lang has her M.S. in both Health Management and in Restorative Practices and has worked in the field of health education, safety and violence prevention curriculum development since 1994. Her training in Intercultural Competence, Dispute Resolution and Mediation strengthen her skills as a certified trainer with International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP). She is an experienced facilitator in circle processes, and informal and formal restorative conferences. She developed Virtue-Based Restorative Discipline, an initiative that integrates restorative practices and time-honored habits for human excellence – the virtues.