Restorative Justice Peacemaking Circles, Essentials for the Skilled Keeper with Kris Miner Schweigert

This event starts in




To listen by phone, dial test 206-402-0103 and enter ID: 113-990-340#. View Advanced Controls.
Kris Miner Schweigert has been providing Circle Training since 2004 and has facilitated numerous Circles in a variety of settings, ranging from prisons to kindergarten classrooms. She brings engagement and passion to each of her trainings. She has been a contracted trainer for several school districts across the United States and assisted with local and state initiatives to implement Restorative Practices. FOR KRIS' FULL BIO: Highlights Specialist in restorative justice, promoting healing of trauma, and victim support. Specialized in Peacemaking Circles, severe crime and violence, training in school settings. Leadership demonstrated by non-profit growth in budget, programs, staff, volunteers and community awareness. Program implementation success demonstrated by nonprofit service growth from 35 to 3,051 individuals served (over 10 years). Experienced in training school staff to facilitate Restorative Justice and Peacemaking Circles. Trainer for teachers and education staff since 2005. Skillful with implementation and school-wide Restorative Practices teaching and training. Skilled in motivational interviewing and working with offenders to develop accountability on a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level. In-depth experience as a facilitator of Restorative Justice for severe crime and violence. Strong written and verbal skills, successful grant writer, blogger, trainer and public speaker. Program awards: Harvard Innovations in Community Government, American Probation & Parole Association, WI MADD, WI Governors Office and River Falls WI Area Chamber of Commerce. Education Masters of Counseling 1994 – South Dakota State University, Brookings South Dakota Bachelors of Science 1992 – South Dakota State University, Brookings South Dakota
Live Chat