In this module of the course, we explore anatomy and neurology at an introductory level to give us the vocabulary and theory to go deeper into how our brains and bodies work together and impact our relationships to ourselves and others.
When people feel ashamed, they are more likely to lash out, get defensive, shut down, hide, deny what happened, and or blame others
When people feel guilty, they’re more likely to seek out restorative justice to repair the harm they caused
What is restorative justice?
Restorative justice is a framework to address harm that addresses the needs of people who’ve been impacted by an issue, encourages the perpetrator to take responsibility, achieves mutual understanding, and brings both parties back into their communities