Restorative Justice 101:
Training for Practice
in Everyday Life
100% of RJ 101 Training graduates rated this training
“Very Good” and “Excellent.”
100% increased their understanding and knowledge of Restorative Justice and how to apply it to everyday life.
100% indicated they would recommend this training to others.
I plan to incorporate RJ philosophies and principles in my work and life.
– RJ 101 Training graduate
Michele Braley, MSW, LICSW
Seward Longfellow Restorative Justice Partnership
Michele facilitates restorative conferences with youth.
She also facilitates victim offender dialogues in
crimes of severe violence with the Minnesota Dept. of Corrections.
Adjunct Faculty, School of Social Work
St. Catherine University and University of St. Thomas
Donna Minter, PhD, LP
Founder & Executive Director
Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute
Donna teaches Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience—
The STAR Training integrating concepts of restorative justice, trauma healing and resilience, nonviolent conflict transformation
and broadly-defined spirituality.
She is a Clinical Neuropsychologist & Forensic Psychology Examiner in Minnesota and Wisconsin
The RJ 101 Training
is being held at Hamline University, Saint Paul, MN
Saturday November 22, 2014
Early Tuition: $125
Late Tuition: $140
Tuition includes materials, lunch, and beverages
RJ 101 teaches the principles,
philosophies, and practices of
via lecture and experiential education
methodologies for the benefit of our communities.
and layperson volunteers are welcome to attend.
RJ 101 Training Objectives:
1. Learn the history and philosophy of restorative justice and restorative practices.
2. Apply a restorative lens to work with offenders, victims, and community
3. Experience a simulated restorative conference.
4. Explore applications for restorative justice at home, work, school,
An optional 6 hours of continuing education are available for Social Workers, Nurses, and Educators for an additional $25.
CEs for LMFTs, LPCCs, LPCs, LADCs, and Psychologists are pending.
For details and questions please contact: Donna Minter at
612-377-4660 or STAR.Mpls@gmail.com
Space is limited to 16 trainees; register early.
Free parking during this Saturday RJ 101 Training is available on the street and in any
Hamline University outdoor parking lot. $1/hour underground parking
is available at the Anderson Center which is accessed via Englewood
Avenue after turning east from Snelling Avenue.
Scholarship assistance may be available for Minnesotans who have the interest and time but do not have the financial resources for the full RJ 101 tuition. Please contact Donna Minter
at STAR.Mpls@gmail.com for a RJ 101 scholarship application now.
The Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, instigates, trains, and supports racially, culturally, ethnically, religiously, and economically diverse individuals and organizations to become trauma-informed and resilience-oriented empowered communities in Minnesota, the USA, and around the world. www.mnpeace.org
The Seward Longfellow Restorative Justice Partnership promotes reconciliation and healing with our youth and community. http://www.sng.org/justice.html
Cancellation Policy: Refunds, less a $30 administrative fee, will be given if written cancellation is received from the registrant by October 15, 2014. No tuition refund is offered after October 15, 2014. Transfer of tuition to another RJ 101 training with any additional applicable tuition fee is granted if written request is received by November 15, 2014. Refunds or transfers are not available for no-shows.