Restorative Practices

Dwayne Robinson is a marriage family therapist trainee and has completed his master’s degree at Cambridge College in the MFT program. Competent in assistant teenagers in dealing with various adolescent behaviors. Certified in trauma focus cognitive behavior therapy.  Teaches anger management and motivates individual to explore their gifts.

   Clay Counseling Foundation are Restorative Practices Trainers who have been trained by the IIRP. It is in our nature as humans to connect with others. We long for strong and meaningful relationships to thrive. Restorative practices is an emerging social science that strengthen relationships between individuals as well as social connections within communities.

Restorative practices is being applied in the following settings:

  • K-12 and Higher Education

  • Community Health

  • Organizational Leadership

  • Criminal Justice

  • Counseling and Social Work

Restorative Circles Training Opportunities

Interested in training for yourself or team in Restorative practices, Please click on link to Register for our next training session.

Restorative Justice focuses on repairing the harm and the disconnect caused by crime or interpersonal conflict. This is achieved through a facilitated collaboration between victims, offenders and community members to decide on a solution to repair harm caused. 

Restorative Justice shifts the focus of discipline from punishment to learning, and from the individual to the community. Our goal with restorative justice is to work with youth (the victims and the accused) to come to a solution rather than leaning on standard methods of punishment.

Restorative justice seeks to resolve the problem long-term through the use of social connections, imposement of fair punishment, fostering understanding, and adjusting youths’ behavior.


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