Episode 11

This is another podcast series for #Parenting…Who? podcast. What I have realized is, the interviews and connections with my guests are so rich with information that we can not possibly do just one episode. Rick is no exception!

Rick is a fellow colleague and Child and Youth Care Practitioner. He has over 40 years working as a child and youth worker and prides himself on thinking outside the box using innovation, creativity, prevention, health promotion, advocacy and systems change. In our time in this first episode (note: we had some tech challenges in this episode please be patient!) Rick provides some insight into how he accidentally fell into the world of Restorative Practice. Have a listen to this great series about Parenting the Restorative Way.

Restorative Practice is an extremely powerful practice that can change lives, build and connect communities and dare I say truly make a difference in a world.  I am very grateful for this series and excited to share this information with you!

Please note, any and all information provided by this podcast should not be used as a substitute to seeking professional guidance that may be relevant to your own personal situation. This podcast is not intended to be a substitute for mental health therapy.

Show Notes:

Rick Kelly – https://www.justusrestoring.com/biography

Step Institute – http://stepinstitute.ca/

Restorative Justice and Indigenous Roots – https://jjie.org/2017/10/09/revival-of-indigenous-justice-in-canada-u-s-should-be-compass-for-restorative-justice/

Defining Restorative – https://www.iirp.edu/what-we-do/defining-restorative/

Returning to the Teachings – Rupert Ross – https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/391654/returning-to-the-teachings-by-rupert-ross/9780143055594/

“I Knew Something Happened: Family of boy killed by alleged drunk driver want to forgive” – http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/nisichawayasihk-nelson-house-crash-forgiveness-1.4643909

International Institute for Restorative Practices
https://www.iirp.edu/

(note Niles Cristy’s name was cut off in the podcast due to technical issues)
Niles Cristy – “Conflict as Property” (1977) Article – https://www.scribd.com/document/238204306/Conflict-as-Property-Christie

Oprah Winfrey – 60 Minutes Interview with Bruce Perry – https://www.cbsnews.com/news/oprah-reports-on-childhood-traumas-long-term-effects/ 

Canadian School of Peacebuilding – http://csop.cmu.ca/

YouthREX – http://youthrex.com/

Lanark County Community Justice – http://www.commjustice.org/

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