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Restorative practice

Restorative practice is a way of behaving that helps build and maintain healthy relationships, resolve difficulties and repair harm following conflict. It’s based on the belief that people make positive changes when those in positions of authority do things with them rather than to them or for them.

Real life examples of restorative practice

In Surrey we’re working restoratively in lots of different areas, including in our children’s care homes, with young people, families and in the workplace.