RESTORATIVE JUSTICE TRAINING

We've cut the price of the training in half ($99 pp for this school year)...AND we're giving away two books, "Taking Restorative Justice to Schools" and "Ten Surefire Ways to Transform Troubled Youth" to every participant in our RESTORATIVE JUSTICE training (a $30 value)

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BOOMERANG TEEN WORKSHOP

We're working with Harrison School District 2 Career Readiness Academy in Colorado Springs to transform the lives of 45 emerging dropouts.  Our "Boomerang" full-day workshop inspires youth to invent a big dream and create an action plan that makes school relevant.  The students learn to become positive role models and to resolve their own conflicts through RESTORATIVE JUSTICE!

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COMMUNITY OUTREACH

For TEN YEARS we have planted seeds in the Pikes Peak Region of Colorado, in Texas, in Wyoming, and in the Country of Malta!

It's time to pull out all the stops and take RESTORATIVE JUSTICE to the tipping point!  You'll hear us on the radio, see us on TV or read about us in the newspapers!  Call us anytime!

(719) 440-1983

Using Restorative Justice Practices we inspire youth to take

full responsibility for their actions and their lives!

our mission:

JUST RELEASED on amazon.com!

Get your copy today!

Only $10.99 for paperback or 

$2.99 on Kindle

WE RECOMMEND

Taking Restorative Justice to Schools:
A Doorway to Discipline
NOW available on amazon.com
$19.95

 

 

Internationally recognized author, speaker and trainer, Jeannette Holtham

REVIEWS

 

The first comprehensive implementation guide for educators.  Step-by-step to success!

A GREAT GIFT IDEA FOR YOUR FAVORITE TEACHER!

The book that is sweeping the nation and the globe with more than 3,000 copies sold in Pakistan, India, Canada, New Zealand, Australia Georgia, South Africa, Kenya, Ireland, Malta, the United Kingdom, Peru, and a growing list of others.  It is also being used as a textbook for professors at New York University School of Law, Governors State University Criminal Justice Department, University of Kentucky, Just Peace International in University Town Peshawar Pakistan, Ohio State University, West Virginia Wesleyan College, Eastern Mennonite University, University of Malta, and the University of Chicago.

A practical resource for those wanting to rethink their approach to wrongdoing and conflicts in schools and other contexts involving youth.

               ~ Dr. Howard Zehr "The Little Book of Restorative Justice"

...provides new ways for sustaining restorative  justice practices to change the disciplinary culture of schools.

               ~ Dr. Gordon Bazemore, Florida Atlantic University, BARJ

A very helpful addition to the literature on RJ.  I have already told people about it and encouraged them to get a copy.

               ~ Kay Pranis, "The Little Book of Circle Processes"

This is work that can really make a difference in the lives of others.

               ~ Dr. Andy Edelman, Spectrum Interactiv, Inc.

This is no ordinary 'how to' book--it is written from the heart and truly inspires one to incorporate restorative justice programmes "Tool Kit" for the benefit of our Societies--not merely for the potential young Offender.

               ~Elza-lynne Kruger, Tape Aids for the Blind, South Africa

 

Announcing...
Ten Surefire Ways to Transform Troubled Youth (now available on Kindle).  The authors (Jeannette Holtham and Andre Zarb-Cousin) share a decade’s worth of insights from working with over 3,000 at-risk youth in prisons, detention centers and alternative high schools.  Get ready for straight talk in this book of hope for parents, grandparents, teachers, school counselors, probation officers, correctional officers  who are concerned for a generation of youth who just don’t seem to listen as well as those who are headed for serious drug and alcohol addictions, early sex with all its risks including teen pregnancy, STDs or rape, and teens getting sucked into gangbanging, sexting, sextortion, or crime.

Cover Design by www.stevelemig.com

OCTOBER IS CONFLICT RESOLUTION MONTH!

Here's what we're doing to contribute to the

cultural shift in how Coloradans approach conflict: