Restorative Now are piloting a Restorative Practice Clinic model within Youth Offending Services, to focus upon the relationship between Young Person and their parent or carer.
Restorative Now delivers Restorative Practice training internationally, affording participants the opportunity to reflect on their specific cultural context with the implementation of this approach.
At the Restorative Justice Council AGM 2015, the Restorative Now Facilitator Training Programme was awarded the RJC Training Accreditation Standard.
Janine Carroll is an Accredited Restorative Practitioner and Trainer with the Restorative Justice Council UK (RJC), awards presented by Princess Anne, and has post-graduate qualifications in social work, race relations and conflict resolution from Auckland,Victoria and Massey Universities in New Zealand.
Restorative Now offers full day workshops to students across secondary schools and special provisions. Through activities-based learning, young people explore perceptions of events, emotional literacy, notions of justice and impact of interventions, and the use of restorative enquiry.
Restorative Now training courses utilise intensive skills practice and activity-based learning, both in person and online, to enable facilitators to effectively engage with restorative participants thus enabling each party to harness their needs moving forward.
Restorative Now offers training to children in the use of restorative enquiry to resolve conflict and repair relationships. Restorative practice affords young people the opportunity to appreciate the impact of behaviour on others and this grows empathy.
Restorative Now trains facilitators in the art of enabling and caretaking the process of dialogue between parties in dispute. Restorative practice is applicable across a diversity of settings, age groups and personal circumstances.