Restorative Justice Training

We offer a comprehensive menu of training in restorative justice law, theory and skills.  

  • Our flagship course, Restorative Justice:  Modern Skills & Solutions delivers end-to-end theory and skills to get your newest people ready for practice, and to take your experienced practitioners to the next level.
  • Or, select from our menu of courses and topics to create a mix of learning appropriate to your organization’s unique needs.
Included in our flagship course (or stand-alone on request) are numerous social theory and skills essential for providing high-quality service in restorative justice and related fields, such as:
  • Trauma-informed practice
  • Trauma theory, and how to support clients in a trauma-informed manner.
  • Affect theory, and responding to emotions, fear, stigma and shame in restorative justice meetings.
  • Cultural competency and safety
  • Client mentoring & interviewing techniques
  • Cultural competency and safety
  • Anti-bias and anti-racism theory and skills

And much more.


Restorative Solutions & Interventions

We specialize in conflict where one party or organization has harmed another, and the responsible party is willing to own their misconduct and make it right.


A restorative approach offers numerous benefits including:

  • Discretion: a private process rather than the public forum of legal proceedings
  • Cost: significant savings in legal fees and other costs
  • Time: restorative processes can move swiftly — with resolutions achieved in weeks, saving months or years compared to other recourses
  • Control: we collaborate with clients on a customized process to suit each case’s unique needs

We will analyze your internal or external conflict and collaborate on a customized intervention and solution.

Contact us for a free initial consultation.

Dispute Arbitration

Coming soon: commercial and private arbitration services by a Qualified Arbitrator (Q.Arb) registered with the Alternative Dispute Resolution Institutes of British Columbia (ADRBC) and Canada (ADRIC)

Restorative Consulting

If you are a restorative justice provider, we can help you to

  • build productive relationships with police, federal and provincial prosecutors, and community
  • optimize your case management process
  • audit legal, regulatory and ethical compliance
  • conduct program reviews and risk assessments
  • develop policies and practice standards to protect your clients and teams, and enhance your organization’s credibility
  • and more…

Every organization has its areas of concern.  Drawing from our broad and comprehensive expertise in restorative justice, we can help your program meet its fullest potential. 

Contact us for a free initial consultation.

Talk to us

Have questions? We are always open to talk about your organization, and how we can help you.

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