CDI is thrilled to announce our first episode of podcast series “Circles of Connection” is available to now. Click here to listen https://bit.ly/2XEl4Sg. The first episode entitled “What are Restorative Practices” introduces our new “Circles of Connection” podcast series and explains all about Restorative Practices.
Second episode: Click here to listen: https://audioboom.com/posts/7557073-episode-2-restorative-practices-in-the-community
In this episode, Geraldine Conlon, active community leader in Tallaght West, explains how she got started with Restorative Practices and the impact it has on herself and her community.
Third Episode: Click here to listen: https://audioboom.com/posts/7561147-episode-3-restorative-practices-in-family-services
In this episode, Anne Desmond, Mental Health Support worker at Carrigtwohill Family Resource Centre, explains how she is using Restorative Practices in her job and how it has improved her personal and work life.
Fourth Episode: Click here to listen: https://audioboom.com/posts/7561159-episode-4-restorative-practices-in-social-care
In this episode, three Social Care Workers from Dublin and Clare, John Nevin, Tracey and Geraldine Walsh, explain how they are using Restorative Practices in their job and how it makes a difference for themselves and the people they are working with.
Fifth Episode: Click here to listen: https://audioboom.com/posts/7561160-episode-5-becoming-a-restorative-school
In this episode, Anne Marie Moylan, Principal of Scoile Mhuire Naofa primary school in Carrigtwohill, is sharing the journey the school has undertaken to become fully restorative.
Sixth episode: Click here to listen: https://audioboom.com/posts/7585916-ep-6-restorative-practices-in-a-primary-school
In this episode, Eithne Sheehan, the Mentor Advisor with RP, Kate O’Riordan a Special Needs Assistant (SNA) and fourteen 6th class students from Scoile Mhuire Naofa in Carrigtwohill explain the impact using Restorative Practices has on their daily life in the school