Building stronger, more connected communities, increase social capital, reduce the impact of crime, repair harm and restore relationships
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Restorative Journeys provide training and consultancy services to help individuals, professionals and communities repair, build and maintain, strong, healthy relationships. Our Restorative Journeys experts teach Restorative Practices Training to people involved in education, criminal justice, social services, counselling, leadership, volunteer or other work.
Our practice has evolved significantly over the last decade to now encompass organisational change, community development and the provision of a range of specific strategies for assisting professionals who work in various industries and community settings.
Restorative Journeys are proud to be the Australian partners of the International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP) and have a global network of affiliates and international recognition.
The IIRP is dedicated to advanced education of professionals at graduate level, and conduct research that helps develop the growing field of restorative practices. Together, the IIRP and Restorative Journeys strive to drive positive change by positively influencing human behaviour and strengthening civil society the world over.
Director and Trainer
Kerrie has over twenty years’ experience in community services including Youth Justice, Homelessness, Domestic Violence, Drug and Alcohol, Youth Development, Case Management and Program Design & Delivery. She started her career with fifteen years in Youth Justice in South Australia including on the ground work in youth detention facilities and home detention roles. Kerrie has established two large, not for profit youth services, both recognised for their strong staff culture and high levels of client and family engagement and outcomes.
Kerrie has extensive experience working in remote Aboriginal communities in Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands and Arnhem Land. She set up new services and consulted with existing service providers to enable them to better meet the needs of their communities.
Kerrie is an accredited Restorative Practice Trainer by the International Institute of Restorative Practice, along with being an accredited trainer for Youth Mental Health First Aid, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, and Coaching Young People for Success. The provision of accredited professional development training remains a cornerstone of Kerrie’s commitment to raising standards and service delivery within the youth and community sectors.
Call Kerrie on: 0412 181 590
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Restorative Practices recognises that the ability to manage relationships is central to lifelong learning and success.
The Socratic Method (asking questions) encourages self-reflection, creates the space to be heard and challenges negative behaviour with regards to its impact on others. This process cultivates the capacity to build and maintain significant relationships both in the home, at work, and in the community for the betterment of society.
Restorative Practices Framework
Using a Restorative Practice framework allows the practitioner to create the conditions for others to:
Positive Outcomes Include
You will see the following positive outcomes from our trainings:
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