Resources we recommend


Author - Dr Karen Treisman

Dr. Karen Treisman is a clinical psychologist known for her work in trauma and resilience. She integrates therapeutic approaches to support individuals, particularly children and families, affected by trauma. Through her books and training, she promotes trauma-informed care, emphasising safety, empowerment, and fostering resilience in the face of adversity.

Book - The Little Book of Restorative Justice - Howard Zehr

“The Little Book of Restorative Justice” by Howard Zehr explores a transformative approach to justice. It advocates for repairing harm by focusing on accountability, dialogue, and healing rather than punishment. Zehr emphasises restoring relationships and addressing the underlying causes of conflicts, offering a humane alternative to traditional punitive systems.

Book - Nonviolent Communication - Marshall B. Rosenberg

“Nonviolent Communication” by Marshall Rosenberg introduces a communication approach that fosters empathy and understanding. It emphasises expressing feelings and needs while listening with empathy to others. The method aims to transform conflict into opportunities for connection and resolution, fostering compassionate interactions and mutual understanding.

Free Downloadable - "Who Could You Be" - worksheet to share with KS2/3 pupils