Optional RJ-101 Training Continuing Education Credits (CEs)

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Professional Continuing Education Credits for

Restorative Justice 101: Training for Practice in Everyday Life

RJ 101

Early Tuition: $150
Standard Tuition: $180
Optional CEs/CLEs: $35

RJ 101 teaches the principles, philosophies, and practices of Restorative Justice via lecture and experiential education methodologies for empowering our communities.

Professionals, paraprofessionals, and laypersons are welcome to attend.

RJ 101 Training Objectives:

  1. Learn the history and philosophy and principles of restorative justice and restorative practices.
  2. Examine the neuroscience of restorative justice.
  3. Apply a restorative lens to work with those who have been harmed, those who have harmed, and the community.
  4. Experience a simulated interactive restorative justice conference.
  5. Explore applications for restorative justice practices at home, work, school, and in the community.

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.

Training Facilitators:

Michele Braley, MSW, LICSW

Program Director / Seward Longfellow Restorative Justice Partnership

Adjunct Faculty, School of Social Work / St. Catherine University and University of St. Thomas

Michele facilitates restorative conferences with youth. She also facilitates victim offender dialogues in crimes of severe violence with the Minnesota Dept. of Corrections.

Donna Minter, PhD, LP

Founder & Executive Director / Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute

Clinical Neuropsychologist & Forensic Psychology Examiner / Minnesota and Wisconsin

Donna teaches Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience—The STAR Training integrating restorative justice, trauma healing and resilience, nonviolent conflict transformation and broadly-defined spirituality.

Space is limited to 16 trainees; to ensure your place at this Training, register early!

Restorative Justice 101 has been approved by the Minnesota Professional
Boards for Continued Education (CE) Credit.

CE Certificates for 6.5 hours of continuing education credit
will be provided for $35/trainee for:
Social Workers, Teachers, Nurses, LMFT, Psychologists, LPC, LPCC, LADC

If you have questions or wish to avoid the online processing fee, please contact the Peacebuilding office at donna@mnpeace.org and request CE payment check via regular mail.

All of Peacebuilding's trainings are available by contract arrangement for community groups, schools, organizations, and corporations. Please email inquiries to info@mnpeace.org

The Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute (aka Peacebuilding) is a 501(c)(3) non-partisan public charity nonprofit organization transforming psychological trauma into nonviolent power. Our mission is to instigate, train, and support racially, sexually, ethnically, culturally, religiously, and economically diverse individuals and organizations to become trauma-informed, resilience-oriented, and restorative-focussed empowering communities in Minnesota, the USA, and around the world. www.mnpeace.org

The STAR Training is a program of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, VA www.emu.edu/star

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