Tributary Streams of A Healing River
An In Depth Study of Restorative Justice
10 DVD Collection
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With over 14 hours of workshops, seminars & dialogues, the Tributary Streams collection dives deeply into the theories and concepts that are introduced in “A Healing River - An Invitation to Explore Restorative Justice Values and Principles”. This 10 disc set explores the legal, political, psychological and spiritual dimensions of the restorative justice paradigm. Includes:
Disc 1. A Healing River An Invitation to Explore Restorative Justice Values and Principles. A documentary that takes a thought provoking look at the issues of trauma, recovery and the psychological underpinnings of restorative process. (1 hr. 24 min.)
Disc 2. Restorative Justice & the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA) (1 hr. 21 min.) A restorative justice seminar featuring youth justice consultant Doug Hillian, retired Judge Barry Stuart and ex-warden Dennis Maloney.
Disc 3. Palaver with Howard Zehr Ph.D. on Current Issues in Restorative Justice. Zehr is the author of Changing Lenses and other influential books and ideas within the field of restorative justice. (1 hr. 37 min.)
Discs 4, 5, & 6. Gladue Community Justice Forum - Building Relationships: Working Together. This forum highlights the landmark Canadian Supreme Court decision (1999) that decreed that judges must take into account the unique circumstances of Aboriginal people when passing sentence on Aboriginal offenders.
Part 1 - Judge Murray Sinclair explores the historical relationship between aboriginal people and the criminal justice system in Canada and discusses the development of the Gladue protocol in Manitoba. (1 hr. 4 min.)
Part 2 - Judge Tony Mandamin presents on the TsuuT’ina First Nation Justice Initiatives and highlights the importance of Section 718.2.e of the Criminal Code. (57 min.)
Part 3 - Jonathan Rudin, program director at Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto, explains the legal interpretation of the Gladue decision and the Toronto Gladue Court model. (55 min.)
Part 4 - Therapist Tony Martens shares insights gained from the Yellowhead Family Sexual Assault Treatment, Hinton Program, accepted by the courts as an Alternative to Incarceration Treatment Program. Tony developed the holistically based long term treatment program which treats all members of the family (including victim & offenders) where sexual abuse or family violence have occurred. (49 min.)
Discs 7 & 8. Seminar on the Psychological Foundations of Restorative Process with Donald L. Nathanson M.D. In this seminar, Dr. Nathanson explains affect and the nature of human emotion in the contexts of modern culture, restorative justice and the criminal justice system. He presents his ideas about affect management, particularly the management of shame as an effective way to prevent violence. (2 hr. 27 min.)
Discs 9 & 10. Trauma and the Effects of Victimization Workshop with Joe Solanto Ph.D. In this workshop held in Ferndale Institution with staff, prisoners and volunteers, Dr. Solanto speaks about trauma and how it affects our body, brain, feelings and relationships. He explains why trauma affects people differently and brings to light the kinds of individual and societal responses that can be most helpful.(3 hr. 5 min.)(Copyright 2007 Heartspeak Productions)