A life long educator with a extensive work in conflict in schools, afterschool programs, and juvenile justice. Received his Masters in Education Policy from the University of Washington.
Johnny grew up as the child of two educators on a small island in the Northwest. He currently works as a Juvenile Probation Officer and has been active in the Restorative Justice world since 2009. When he is not working with conflict in a professional context, you’ll most likely find him restoring an old Victorian or reading Rumi.
Restorative Justice for Families Lead.
Freya is a licensed mental health counselor and marriage family therapist who services adolescents and their families who are experiencing the criminal justice system, by providing individual, family, and group therapy. She is a certified cognitive behavioral therapist and works within a restorative justice framework of understanding harm.
For more information about Freya's private practice find her at seattlerestorativetherapist
David holds a teaching certification in English Language Arts grades 7-12 and an MFA in creative writing. He has worked as an educator in Big Picture public high schools for the past eight years in Brooklyn, New York; Seattle, and now in the Bronx, where he is currently a Restorative Justice facilitator, dean and teaching coach.