Bloom Community

Restorative Justice in Relationships: Relational Repair w/ Restorative Relationship Conversations

About the workshop

The Restorative Relationship Conversation process offers a unique model for addressing the conflict and unresolved ruptures that continue to plague intimate and romantic relationships by teaching the practical means to transform defensiveness and reactivity into empathy and curiosity. By focusing on the roots of interpersonal conflict, the RRC approach deals directly with the mechanisms responsible for undermining our capacity to be the kind of loving partners and metamours we want to be, giving us the tools to genuinely create sustainable and securely attached connections with the people we love. Come join, David Cooley, the creator of the Restorative Relationship Conversation model, as he guides us through the main obstacles to relational repair towards a new paradigm of working with conflict that will leave you feeling ready to handle your relationship challenges with skill and grace!

🎥This workshop will be recorded and available for replay. Only ticket holders who purchased tickets prior to the end of the workshop will receive the recording. The recording cannot be purchased after the completion of the workshop.

Introducing David Cooley

David Cooley is a professional Restorative Justice facilitator, diversity and privilege awareness trainer, and bilingual cultural broker. He is the creator of the Restorative Relationship Conversations model, a process that transforms interpersonal conflict into deeper connection, intimacy and repair. In his private practice, David specializes in working with non-monogamous and LGBTQ partnerships, incorporating a variety of modalities including trauma-informed care, attachment theory, somatic practices, narrative theory, and mindfulness-based techniques.

🎟️ This event offers discounted pricing to SuperBloomer members. SuperBloomer tickets are only available on the Bloom app. Download to access yours! 🎟️