Justine Darling, Ph.D.

Justine Darling
  • Lecturer
  • Counseling and School Psychology

Contact

  • Darling is the Restorative Practices Coordinator for the National Conflict Resolution Center and supports school districts in transforming campus cultures and discipline practices to be more restorative and trauma informed. She is also an Anti-Defamation League facilitator, empowering communities to identify biases and work towards equality and justice for all.
  • Research & Teaching Interests:

  • Theories of conflict resolution and restorative justice practices; Trauma-informed care, Emotional intelligence in schools; Multicultural Education; Professional cultural proficiency in schools; School to prison pipeline; Creating restorative communities through effective communication.
  • Personal Interests:

  • Specializations in facilitating restorative circles to provide spaces of reconciliation and healing for those impacted by harm; identifying and applying effective communication techniques to build strong and lasting relationships; addressing the school to prison pipeline to keep youth in school by creating support plans that address the needs of youth, families, and the communities they live in.
  • Darling, J., Horrigan, S. (2012). “A Dynamic Peacemaking Method: Restorative Circles.” Education In Action: Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Ed. Forbes, D., Lin, J., Losh, E.
  • Hamlin, J.B., and Darling, J. (2012). “Peace Circle use in Large Scale Community Conflict: A Case Study.” Conflict Resolution Quarterly, Vol. 29, 4, Summer 2012.
  • Darling, J. (December, 2015). Restorative Practices and Justice in Schools. Presentation for San Diego Human Relations Commission.
  • Darling, J. (July, 2014). How to incorporate restorative circles into schools, communities, and organizations. Facilitated day long pre-conference at the Peace and Justice Studies Association Conference: Courageous Presence- Shifting Stories and Practices of Peace.
  • Darling, J. (December, 2013). Impact of Restorative Practices in U.S. K-12 Schools. Presentation at International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, Gisborne, New Zealand
  • Darling, J. (January, 2012). The role of restorative justice in healing the wounds of Uganda. Speaker at School for International Training (SIT) Symposium, Kigali, Rwanda.

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