This video demonstrates the four quadrants of the Social Discipline Window in a humorous way. It was made by our friends at LCCS (Lutheran Community Care Services) in Singapore to teach a basic restorative practices concept and presented at the IIRP's 19th World Conference in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Justin Mui, assistant director of LCCS, says, "We made this video to demonstrate an activity that we run with students, to engage them experientially and help them to understand the different domains and what working 'with' looks/sounds/feels like. We show this video to our trainees and they have found it a humorous and meaningful way to visualize the acting out of the different domains."

LCCS is an IIRP licensed trainer. You can read some of their restorative practices success stories at their web site.

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