Productive behavior is the catalyst to CONDUCIVE and sustainable change!
To build the capacity of others to cultivate thriving communities that celebrates diversity, practice inclusion, welcome authenticity and foster belonging.
Through Restorative Justice and equitable practices, we envision a world where communities are purposefully, intentionally, and strategically cultivating brave and equitable spaces for ALL learners to thrive.
Due to COVID-19 spaces are limited. Sign up for these upcoming events as they are filling up fast!
Introduction to Restorative Practices
Dec 2nd and 3rd space available
This training will help participants understand restorative concepts and learn effective strategies for navigating behaviors of self and others. Work together to explore how trauma can impact professional, personal, and collegial relationships. It also covers techniques for building an accountable and nurturing environment for all. Furthermore, participants will explore the value and process of "Using Circles Effectively" to proactively and responsively build culturally fluent and trauma-informed communities.
Introduction to Restorative Practices for families!
New cohort March 2023
This training will help participants understand restorative concepts and learn effective strategies for managing behaviors of self and others. Work together to explore how trauma can impact efficacy and productivity. It also covers techniques for building an accountable and nurturing environment for all. Furthermore, participants will explore the value and process of "Using Circles Effectively" to proactively and responsively build culturally fluent communities.
Historical Trauma Professional Learning Workshop (6 wks - 2hrs/wk - 100% Online - February 2023
Explore your own trauma and the trauma of others. Look into the concept of transferred, generational, retention, and racial trauma to better understand your "why" and the "why" of others.
Leave the workshop:
1. Knowing how to be purposeful and explicit with restorative practices through the lens of trauma,
2. Increasing your terminology to communicate better and be more effective and efficient in getting to the root cause,
3. Being more effective with implementing, modeling your behaviors, and demonstrating what it looks like to start the healing process, and
4. Start your personal restorative journey with a Problem of Practice and a targeted Theory of Action.
Give yourself and others you engage with the opportunity to work towards healing!
What the participants of the workshops have to say:
Rating - 5/5 Stars
Rating - 4.9/5 Stars
Somaly is a refugee and survivor of the Khmer Rouge Genocide. She immigrated with her family to the United States seeking asylum from a war-torn country in January, 1981. Having lost everything, obtaining an education was a non-negotiable in her household. As a Cambodian-American woman who did not speak English, struggled with her multi-cultural identity, and inflicted with inter generational trauma, Somaly faced many barriers as she worked to unlock her potential. Somaly has an extensive background in business and almost two decades of experience in education. Somaly has a MaED in School Administration and is a certified Turnaround Principal (Rhode Island and Massachusetts), In addition to her administration certification, Somaly has taught secondary math and business through the lens of Social Justice for more than a decade. She has worked with learners of all levels (elementary to post-secondary). Somaly is relentless and determined to help all Learners UNLEASH their full potential and productively navigate all aspects of their lives. She wants to encourage and inspire others to “PAY IT FORWARD” and help those who need guidance. She believes true FREEDOM is achieved when you free your mind!
Monday - Friday
Saturday - Sunday