We help workplaces cultivate spaces of healing and restoration using trauma-informed care and restorative practices.
To create healing-centered spaces
We help workplaces cultivate spaces of healing and restoration.
To promote personal and relational well-being
We help employees develop practices that support their mental, physical, and emotional well-being.
To improve connection and collaboration in workplace relationships
We help individuals develop skills to build and maintain positive and collaborative relationships in interpersonal, and organizational spheres.
Restorative Practices is an evidence-based, new emerging social science. It studies how to improve & repair relationships between people and communities. While restorative justice in the United States originated as an alternative approach to the criminal justice system, the underlying philosophies and values (rooted in care and respect of humanity) can help shape inclusive workplaces that respect all individuals, focus on relationship-building, and repair harms through meaningful accountability.
In a trauma-informed community, the service providers in the community (teachers, child welfare workers, police, medical professionals, etc.) are prepared to recognize and respond to those who have been impacted by traumatic stress. The goals are to
1. foster a space for trauma and community healing
2. create communication strategies to build/repair relationships between families
3. Equipped community members with the tools to deal with stressful situations.
4. create an underlying culture of respect and support.