Restorative Practice – Stories of healing after harm

You are warmly invited to attend our ‘Restorative Practice – Stories of healing after harm’ broadcast on the 18th November 12:30-13:00 hrs. This event will be hosted via Microsoft Teams.

‘Restorative Practice – Stories of healing after harm’.

18th November 12:30-13:00 hrs. Microsoft Teams.

In this broadcast, one in the series “Psychological Resilience”, John Adlam of South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust will host a discussion about the place of restorative justice practices in fostering community well-being and resilience after adversity.  Dr. Gerard Drennan, Lead Psychologist for the Forensic and Offender Health Pathway, will be joined by Julie Clark, Service Manager for Calm Mediation Restorative Justice Service, funded by the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC), and by Robin Lockhart, Commonwealth Global Youth Worker of the Year 2016, and Director of Development with Catalyst In Communities and a charity that works with families bereaved by homicide.

You can go to the webpage to register so you can receive the invite and reminders directly from the Trust. The details for the event will also be on the website the week before the event.

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This event is being hosted by an RJC member organisation. It is not delivered by, or on behalf of, the RJC.

18 Nov 2020 12:30pm through  1:00 PM

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