Lee Copenhagen

Lee Copenhagen

rj practitioner

I abide by the standards and practice: Yes

I abide by the training guidelines: Yes

I service the following counties: Statewide

Areas of Focus

Criminal Justice System,Judicial System,Juvenile Justice,Police,Schools,Social Services,Victims Services

Restorative Processes

Community Healing Services,Community/Family Group Conferences,Family Group Decision Making,Peacemaking Circles,Restorative Circles,School Based RJ,Victim Offender Facilitated Dialogue,Victim Services

Restorative Roles


Lee Copenhagen, MSW, LCSW, PPSC is a credentialed school teacher, counselor, and social worker. He has been working in communities for over thirty years in many different roles including juvenile investigator, youth probation officer, social worker, youth gang researcher, teacher, adjunct professor, foster parent, child and family therapist: specializing in complex developmental trauma in children. Back in Montana after 12 years in California, Lee is now in private practice and returning to his advocacy work with restorative justice as trauma informed care. This year he presented a Restorative Justice Education training to Silverton School where his grandchildren will attend in a couple of years.

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