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Restorative theory in practice : insights into what works and why

Author: Belinda Hopkins
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016. ©2016
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Restorative practice is an innovative approach to thinking about, and addressing, conflict and bullying, as well as disruptive, challenging and criminal behaviour. The approach is increasingly used to transform the culture of organisations, institutions and services and the way people communicate with one another. In this book, ten practitioners describe a restorative encounter as seen through the lens of their own  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Belinda Hopkins
ISBN: 9781849054683 1849054681
OCLC Number: 910859907
Description: 248 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Preface. Introductory Check-in. 1 Affect and Script Psychology - Restorative Practice, Biology and a Theory of Human Motivation, Marg Thorsborne, Managing Director of Margaret Thorsborne and Associates (Queensland and London), Australia. 2 Attribution Theory, Juliet Starbuck, Chartered Educational Psychologist, Connect to Change Ltd and University College London, UK. 3 Critical Relational Theory, Dorothy Vaandering, Memorial University, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. 4 Depth Psychology and the Psychology of Conflict, Ann Shearer, Jungian Analyst, UK. 5 Nonviolent Commmunication, Shona Cameron, Educational Psychologist, Falkirk Council, UK. 6 Personal Construct Approaches, Pam Denicolo, University of Reading, Emeritus Professor, University of Surrey, Consultant Professor on Doctoral Education, UK. 7 Towards a Relational Theory of Restorative Justice, Mark Vander Vennen, Shalem Mental Health Network, Canada. 8 Resonant Empathy, Pete Wallis, Senior Practitioner (Restorative Justice), Oxfordshire Youth Justice Service, UK. 9 A Social Constructionist Approach to Restorative Conferencing, Wendy Drewery, Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. 10 Transactional Analysis, Mo Felton, UKCP Registered Transactional Analyst Psychotherapist, Trainer and Supervisor and UKATA Registered Psychotherapist Trainer and Supervisor, UK. 11 Ten Different Ways to Approach a Restorative Encounter, Belinda Hopkins, Founder and Director of Transforming Conflict, UK. Closing Check-out.
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