Announcing Our Yearlong Certification Program
Culminating in Certification to teach the Restorative Practices Neurodevelopmental Model.
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THE YEARLONG CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
Culminating, with approval of the Training Department of the Restorative Practices Alliance, in Certification to teach the Restorative Practices Neurodevelopmental model, in accordance with the parameters established by its best practice codification*
This yearlong course will be taught by our stellar Training Faculty, including:
Gabriel Kram, Convener of the Restorative Practices Alliance
Tiara Maldonaldo, Director of Training
John Stokes, Founder of the Tracking Project
Ilarion Merculieff, President of the Global Center for Indigenous Leadership & Lifeways
Dr. Stephen Porges, PhD Developer of the Polyvagal Theory
Dr. Karla Scott, PhD Professor of Communication
Pete Erschen MS, Certified Anti-Racism Trainer
Pete Jackson, Visionary Surrealist Painter, Brazilian Martial Arts (Capoeira) Instructor and master of the science of numerology
With Guest Appearances by other faculty as requested and required.
"This is THE next great leap forward in transformative work."
–Caroline Goodell, Participant, Restorative Practices cohort #3
The certification program will meet twice monthly for a period of one year. This will include 10 months of regular instruction, and 2 months of practicum at the conclusion of the course. We have space for 7 teams of 2 facilitators in each cohort, who will be selected from eligible applicants.