Love & Logic Parenting Course
Mar
12
6:30 PM18:30

Love & Logic Parenting Course

  • 20 Lake Boulevard Redding, CA, 96003 United States (map)
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$49 pp or $69 per couple | 6:30 PM - 8 PM | March 12, 19, 26 & April 2, 9 & 16

Prices includes workbook and all 6 classes. Please note there will not be childcare at this workshop.

When you are checking out there are two options available: 1 per individual, 1 per couple. Please note: there will not be child care offered during these classes. 

*Refunds may be given up to 2 weeks before the start of class, minus debit/credit card transaction fees. After this 2 weeks you may use this payment as credit towards another Love and Logic parenting class for future registration.

The Love and Logic approach to parenting is intended to leave children believing that their parents are the most powerful and loving people in their lives and at the same time help them to grow into respectful and responsible adults.  Come and join us for this six week session course that will equip you to:

  • Handling Misbehavior Without Breaking A Sweat

  • Teaching Kids To Listen The First Time

  • Avoiding Power Struggles

  • Limits Create Happier Parents, Happier Kids and Happier Families

  • What To Do When Your Kids Leave You Speechless

This interactive course includes workbook, fun give aways, drawings and access to a Love and Logic Trained Facilitator both during the course and in the future.

Registration includes workbook and all 6 Thursday evening classes:

March 12, 19, 26

April 2, 9, & 16

 

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Restorative Justice Basics
Jul
28
8:00 AM08:00

Restorative Justice Basics

Join us for a one day training for Restorative Justice Basics where we will learn ways to create a culture that empowers people to take responsibility in solving problems and how to have healthy relationships.  

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Restorative Practices build stronger, safer, more inclusive, caring communities by including a range of formal and informal processes to both prevent relationship-damaging incidents from happening and to resolve them if they do happen.  When conflict occurs, Restorative Justice enables the person harmed to convey the impact of the harm and for the wrongdoer to acknowledge this impact and take steps to find solutions to the harms. Restorative Justice supports and values the worth of both the wrongdoer and victim, and seeks to restore their relationship and integrate both back into their communities.

Participants will:

  • Learn basic principles and several methods of Restorative Justice practices;

  • Practice listening and speaking using non-judgmental methods to encourage honesty and empathy among victims and wrongdoers and others affected by unresolved conflict or crime;

  • Learn how to facilitate victim-sensitive community circle conferences and victim/offender education groups.

Participants will leave with:

  • An increased understanding of the basic knowledge of what restorative justice is;

  • An increased understanding of the distinctions between Retributive vs Restorative Justice;

  • Exposure to varying views of Restorative Justice from both victims, offenders, law enforcement, corrections, and restorative practitioners’ views; and

  • Completion of this training will enable those that would like to volunteer with HOPE City’s Restorative Service Programs. All Volunteers are required to take this training along with reading the required book “The Little Book of Restorative Justice”. This will be available for purchase at the training for $6.

 

 

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2018 Restorative Practices in Schools
Mar
1
8:00 AM08:00

2018 Restorative Practices in Schools

Shasta County Office of Education | 2985 Innsbruck Drive Redding CA

$180 per person (lunch included) | 8am - 3:30pm | registration from 7:45am

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Restorative Practices create safe, inclusive and caring schools where building positive relationships and healing harm are priority.

During this workshop we will explore a range of formal and informal strategies to both prevent relationship-damaging incidents from occurring and to resolve them if they do happen.  We will cover the principles of Restorative Justice and its implementation in the classroom and school yard in practical ways that will work immediately.  The interactive training will cover:

  • The Restorative Philosophy and how it differs from traditional classroom management methods

  • Relationship building skills including the use of circles to build community

  • Conflict resolution skills including restorative chats

  • Behavior development strategies

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MORE Restorative Practices in Schools
Dec
4
8:00 AM08:00

MORE Restorative Practices in Schools

$180 per person (lunch included) | 8am - 3:30pm | registration from 7:45am

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This one day workshop follows on from "Restorative Practices in Schools" training.  During the day you will explore more ways to help repair harm, more ways to build relationships, more classroom practices and more ways to create a school culture that is supportive, safe, inclusive and caring.

This workshop is a great opportunity to expand your restorative tool-kit after having spent time using it at your school.  This interactive training explores:

  • Shame and it's affect on behavior development
  • Classroom conferences
  • Developing students' social and emotional literacy
  • Classroom practices to promote healthy relationships and resolve conflict and MORE!
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Restorative Practices in Schools
Nov
30
8:00 AM08:00

Restorative Practices in Schools

  • Shasta County Office of Education (map)
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Shasta County Office of Education | 2985 Innsbruck Drive Redding CA

$180 per person (lunch included) | 8am - 3:30pm | registration from 7:45am

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Restorative Practices create safe, inclusive and caring schools where building positive relationships and healing harm are priority.

During this workshop we will explore a range of formal and informal strategies to both prevent relationship-damaging incidents from occurring and to resolve them if they do happen.  We will cover the principles of Restorative Justice and its implementation in the classroom and school yard in practical ways that will work immediately.  The interactive training will cover:

  • The Restorative Philosophy and how it differs from traditional classroom management methods

  • Relationship building skills including the use of circles to build community

  • Conflict resolution skills including restorative chats

  • Behavior development strategies

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Circles in Schools
Apr
7
8:00 AM08:00

Circles in Schools

One of the key tools used in Restorative Practices is the circle.

When people come together for restorative interactions they sit in circles which supports two mail goals of Restorative Practices: building community and responding to harm.

Please note that is is advantagous to have taken our "Restorative Practices in School" before registering for this class.

Click here to register for Circles in Schools on April 7, 2017

EVENT

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MORE Restorative Practices in Schools
Mar
17
8:00 AM08:00

MORE Restorative Practices in Schools

This one-day workshop follows on from our “Restorative Practices in Schools” one day training.

This one-day workshop follows on from our “Restorative Practices in Schools” one day training. During the day you will explore more ways to help repair harm, more ways to build relationships, more classroom practices that embrace Restorative Practices and more ways to create a school culture that is supportive, safe, more inclusive and caring.

This workshop is a great opportunity to expand your Restorative Practices tool-kit after having spent some time using it in your school community. This interactive training will explore in more detail:

  • Classroom Conferences and how they work
  • Classroom Circles that build community and enhance learning
  • Developing students social and emotional literacy
  • Classroom practices that promote healthy relationships and help resolve conflict
  • and more!

Please note our "Restorative Practices in Schools" is a prerequisite to registering for this class.

Click here to register for this  one-day training on March 17, 2017:

EVENT

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Restorative Practices in Schools
Mar
3
8:00 AM08:00

Restorative Practices in Schools

Restorative Practices in Schools

This one-day workshop is designed for teachers and administrators who are interested in exploring a restorative justice approach to student relationship management and for those who want to refresh or update their knowledge of Restorative Practices.

This class is a pre-requisite to taking the "More Restorative Practices in Schools" that we are having on March 17, 2017.

Click here to register for this  one-day training on March 3, 2017:

EVENT

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Basic Training in Restorative Justice Practices
Jan
3
to Jan 12

Basic Training in Restorative Justice Practices

Basic Training in Restorative Justice Practices

Join us as we cover the basics in restorative justice practices over two weeks. This workshop is for those that would like a refresher in RJ or are new to these principles. The cost is $30 per person for the full 8 hour class.

Click here to register for this 8 hour training:

 EVENT

Week One: Tuesday, January 3, 2017 6-8PM

Week One: Thursday, January 5, 2017 6-8PM

Week Two: Tuesday, January 10, 2017 6-8PM

Week Two: Thursday, January 12, 2017 6-8PM

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