A 90 minute keynote presentation . . . I actually ran out of time and missed getting to make the Connections to Counseling and Restorative Justice.
Here are the things I intended to share, my experience from Counseling & Restorative Justice:
- Working with ‘hurt’ people – make self care important.
- Compassionate Listening – a way of offering to another, the space for them to learn about themselves and to shatter the experience of aloneness.
- Restorative Pillars – the Harms, Needs, Obligations & Engagement, Howard Zehr
- Addresses Unmet Needs – In the presentation I gave you few examples of courts missing needs (“leaving debris on the railroad tracks”). In counseling we help people in finding unmet needs and resolving those.
- Trauma-sensitive – I wanted to connect the aspects of trauma-informed work to the work of Restorative.
- Resilience-based – Here is a link to information about resilience.
- Healing & HOPE! Hope can stand for Hold On Pain Ends or Helping Other People Evolve
Links & Resources mentioned in the South Dakota Counseling Association Keynote: SDCA PPT1
- US Department of Arts & Culture, Land Acknowledgement
- The Hearts Intelligence, Restorative Justice on the Rise
- Mom finds new life after death, Kare 11
- Family Group Decision Making, American Humane Association Timeline.
- Decade Report, published in 2014
- Protecting Children AHA Journal, 2009
- In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts, Gabor Mate
- IIRP Restorative Question Cards
- Website: University of MN Center for Restorative Justice & Peacemaking
- Article on Neuroscience of Breath
- After Violence, the Possibility of Healing, Jan Goodwin article, 2004
- Dr Arielle Schwartz, Resilience Informed Therapy
- You Tube Katy Hutchison LINK
- You Tube, in Schools
- Michelle Stowe Ted Talk
- Dadirri: Australian Aboriginal Spiritual Practice Deep Listening for Trauma Release & Healing
- You Tube with Coaching Sessions and a presentation to crime survivors.