Six Restorative Practice Habits

We have evolved our brand of restorative practice into six daily habits, to change and improve day-to-day communications (behaviour, language, ‘the way we do things round here’), and to demonstrate how restorative practice helps to ease some of the daily challenges we face; to foster more effective relationships.

A dictionary definition of a habit is:

“… a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up.”

So we might start every day with a cup of tea or coffee; gravitate towards a particular brand of toothpaste in the supermarket; make the bed at the same time of day every day.

Habits are difficult, and not impossible, to change and we can start new habits at any time.  We invite you to consider adopting six restorative practice habits both at work and at home.  It’s a big ask and we rely on the habits themselves to convince you that they are well within your scope.

Get in touch to find out how we can draw on restorative practice habits to foster the change you want to see.

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