442-3 EV: Correctional Practice: Advanced Topics - Restorative Justice Models and Techniques

An in-depth examination of the various community-based and institutional programs and techniques utilized in correctional systems. The choice of programs and techniques will depend upon the instructor but may include a range of restorative justice initiatives (e.g. victim-offender reconciliation, family-group conferencing, and circle remedies), traditional psychodynamic therapies (e.g. behaviour modification and guided group interaction) and education or skill development programs. This course may include a consideration of the applicability of the precepts of clinical criminology to correctional practice. (Seminar)

Burnaby, British Columbia

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Simon Fraser University Center for Restorative Justice

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