Restoring Community

Interact with expert practitioners and learn key restorative concepts.

A restorative culture, by fostering effective communication and continual feedback, creates an environment that maximizes professional learning for individuals and organizations.

In this webinar, recorded on May 14, 2020, IIRP Lecturer Elizabeth Smull, IIRP Director of Student Services Jamie Kaintz and IIRP Communications Specialist Joshua Wachtel explore how they took their learning to a deeper level in the areas of education, counseling, supervision and student services.


 

Frida RundellTo begin to address anxiety and fears within individuals, families, and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, we need to start by caring for ourselves.

We can do this by establishing healthy interpersonal patterns, including being mindful of our self-worth, developing new coping strategies and treasuring the support systems we already have in place.

This webinar, featuring IIRP Professor Frida Rundell, Ph.D. and LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor), took place Monday, April 13, 2020.

Download the webinar slides, chat logs and resources.


 


 


 


 


 


 

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Hardware

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