What workshop participants say

"Alistair was an incredible facilitator for the workshop; very knowledgeable, approachable and very kind. I left the workshop with wonderful tools to create and foster solid relationships with my students."

Marianna Garza, Monterrey, Mexico

"The 2-day workshop was a good introduction to the theory of restorative practice in schools. I am more mindful of my affective statements to colleagues, students and at home."
Priya Shah, Learning Support, International School of Kenya

"A workshop that truly impacted my work! Alistair gives time to listen, pause, reflect and share which are such important moments of time in a workshop. His presentations are done with humility while engaging all participants."

Maggie Hewitt, ES Principal, International School of Tanganyika

"Alistair's training on restorative practices in schools was truly excellent. I am a clinical psychologist and High School counselor and felt I truly learned a great deal in this training and it was one of the best professional development courses I have attended"
Dr DeeDee Werner, HS Counselor, International School of Kenya

"Alistair has as a unique perspective of how to teach and learn about Restorative Practices because he uses a teacher's hat and a parent's hat while thinking about how to work with youth and a school community. His presentation style is reflective, impactful, and motivating."

Shelly Maldonado, California, USA

"One of the best professional development sessions I have attended. Applicable and relevant on so many levels, both personally and professionally."
Ruth Stenning, London, UK

"I believe restorative practices should be a way of life in our communication and interactions with one another. In that way conflicts, whenever it comes up, will always be easy to manage and resolve in a more sustainable manner."

Sekou Otondi, IBDP Teacher, International School of Kenya