Act: Restore Relationships

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Restore Relationships

"Heal what has been broken. Strengthen the community." (Engage, 2014)

Restore Relationships bookmarks sheet.pdf

Restorative questions you can ask...
   ♦ "Tell me what happened?"
   ♦ "How did you feel when this was happening?"
   ♦ "What were you thinking about at the time?"
   ♦ "Who do you think has been affected by what happened? (or 'what you did' if they talk about causing harm)"
   ♦ "How do you think ___________ has been affected?"
   ♦ "What do you think needs to happen to make things right? or What do you think you need to do to make things right? or What do you need to make things right?"
   ♦ (Engage, 2014)


A Strategy to Promote Healthy Youth Relationships in Alberta to Prevent Domestic Violence
Bully Free Alberta
Circle of Courage
Creating Welcoming, Caring, Respectful and Safe Learning Environments
Government of Alberta Bullying Prevention
Responding to Bullying Behavior
Safe and Caring Schools
Understanding Bullying Behavior


Patterson, K., Grenny, J., McMillan, R., & Switzler, A. (2012). Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes are High (2nd ed.). New York: McGraw Hill Education.

Pranis, K. (2005). The Little Book of Circle Processes: A New/Old Approach to Peace Making. PA: Good Books.


Building a Restorative Culture Webinar (click on "Restorative Practices")