Kathleen McGoey

Kathleen McGoey

I abide by the standards and practice: Yes

I abide by the training guidelines: Yes

I service the following counties: Statewide


Areas of Focus

Community Organization,Criminal Justice System,Faith Based,Judicial System,Juvenile Justice,Non-Profit,Police,Social Services

Restorative Processes

Community Healing Services,Community/Family Group Conferences,Restorative Circles,Restorative/Meaningful Community Services,Restorative Mediation,Victim Impact Panels

Restorative Roles

Administrator,Community Member,Consultant,Facilitator,Facilitator Mentor,Trainer

Kathleen McGoey, MA, served as a leader in expanding the field of Restorative Justice Practices from 2013-21 at Longmont Community Justice Partnership (LCJP) in Longmont, CO. Kathleen launched Kathleen McGoey & Associates, Inc. in April 2021 to focus on increasing the use of restorative practices as tools for conflict transformation beyond the justice and school settings. Kathleen has delivered RJ training to youth, law enforcement agencies, educators, district attorneys, volunteers, and community agencies throughout the nation. Kathleen has a BA from the University of Notre Dame and a Masters in International Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Innsbruck, Austria. Kathleen published her first book, Harmonizing Heavens and Earth: A Daoist Shamanic Approach to Elicitive Peacework (Lit Verlag) in 2013. She co-authored her second book, The Little Book of Restorative Teaching Tools (Good Books, 2020), to capture and share the success of experiential learning methods she developed with colleagues at LCJP. Kathleen is recognized for her ability to create engaging, inclusive learning environments that prioritize embodiment, authenticity and wellbeing. A fluent Spanish speaker, Kathleen prioritizes inclusivity in her work. Kathleen approaches Restorative Justice Practices with joy, insight and reverence for all participating individuals.

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