Tamara Sherwood

Tamara Sherwood

Consultant, Facilitator, Trainer & Coach

I abide by the standards and practice: Yes

I abide by the training guidelines: Yes

I service the following counties: Weld

Areas of Focus

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

Restorative Processes

Community Healing Services,Community/Family Group Conferences,Family Group Decision Making,Peacemaking Circles,Restorative Restitution,Restorative Circles,Restorative/Meaningful Community Services,Restorative Decision Making Classes,Restorative Mediation,School Based RJ,Victim Impact Panels,Victim Offender Facilitated Dialogue,Victim Services

Restorative Roles

Administrator,Community Member,Consultant,Facilitator,Facilitator Mentor,Program Manager or Director,Supporter,Trainer,Victim

Consult, design, train, coach and evaluate effective programs using a restorative framework since 1997. Work with schools, school districts, military, organizations and families. Implemented a restorative program for Littleton Public School District including two restorative programs: Family Alternatives to Drugs and Family Attendance Circle. Over a four-year period, schools showed a drop in marijuana use and a reduction in truancy. 2009 created Military Matters which provided reintegration services that not only welcomed troops home, but facilitated their transition into successful civilian life through group dialogue, mediation, facilitation and coaching services. Partnered in the founding of a nonprofit, Resolution Works, in 2008, working with Douglas County Schools and the 18th Judicial District performing restorative justice circles; Minors in Possession (MIP) program and mediation. Served on Community Accountability Boards (CAB) in Denver County. Mediate victim-offender, family conflicts (parent and teens), employee- employer disagreements, neighborhood disputes and alternatives to suspension programs in schools.

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