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Practitioner: 
Kerrie Sellen
Focus: 
Restorative Practice
Restorative Justice
Organisation: 
Restorative Journeys

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Upcoming Trainings

Publication Date: 
03/11/2022

Practice Institute Australia

We wanted to share with you our upcoming training dates scheduled for November, December 2022 and January 2023. All in Adelaide.

November: Trauma Responsive Practice Training and An Introduction to working with Children and young people with ADHD

December: Restorative Practices Training

January: Applied Suicide Intervention

More details, dates, times, etc, on the... Read more

Sydney Training Dates - Restorative Practices

Publication Date: 
24/11/2022

We are pleased to announce that we have set another Sydney training date for our 3 day Restorative Practices Training. This training will be held Feb 13th-15th. We really hope that this date will suit you all and we really look forward to training with you all.

We would also love if you would be able to share the attached flyer with your Sydney communities. We also have an online option for the 3 day training set for April 3rd-... Read more

About the Practitioner

Motivation: 

I spent many years working in Youth Justice and got to a stage where I was watching the sector not know how to treat those whose job it was to support our most at risk young people, families and communities. People had big hearts, cared deeply and wanted nothing more than to make a difference. I was looking for something and thought it would be a program, but after meeting Terry O'Connell, I realised that it's practice that makes the greatest difference. I discovered explicit Restorative Practices and embedded it into everything we did as a staff team and also with clients and families. We new that it had to start with us never having any expectations of others that we don't have of ourselves. We needed to be able to share our practice with those we served in a way that they understand and are able to replicate in their own lives. This is how I believe truly sustainable change happens. 

Brings to the Discussion: 
  • 30 plus years as a practitioner in the areas of youth, drug and alcohol.
  • Achieved Australia 6th Best Workplace based on a Restorative Practice culture and becoming the only NGO rated in the top 50.
  • Brings an explicit practice framework to the organisation.
Additional Information: 

By implementing an Explicit Practice Framework, participants are able to replicate the process in their own lives,creating sustainable changes to the way they live their lives. There are four pillars of Restorative Practice,

  1. Self,
  2. Colleagues,
  3. Young People,Family and Community,
  4. Explicit Nature of the Process.

Each of the pillars need to be achieved sequentially. It is important to practice what you preach.

Organisation

Organisational Role(s): 

Director

Jurisdiction: 
  • Referrals from the justice system
  • Local Court
  • School
  • Federal Court
  • Private prison system
  • Public prison system
  • Supreme Court
Services Offered: 
  • Consultancy
  • RTO
  • University
  • Facilitation
  • Research
  • Restorative Circles
  • Restorative Conferencing
  • School - K-12
  • Training
  • Coaching
  • Reflective practice
  • Culture change
  • Leadership development
  • Management and HR Training
  • Program development
  • Residential care
  • Violence risk assessment
  • Violence risk management
  • Workplace investigations
  • Workplace Training
  • Personal Development

Practitioner Location and Reach

Location: 
Seacliffe Park, SA, 5049
Area Covered: 
National
International

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