Adina Davidson || Manager of Restorative Practices and School Climate
Adina has been working with youth, families, and community groups, for over 30 years. For her, social work has always been a vehicle to support relationships and promote social change. The interconnection between emotional wellbeing and social justice has shaped her work and her life. Whatever the context, she has maintained a strong belief in the importance of creating environments that support and empower, while countering injustice. She is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, and has been a clinician with young people and families, a program manager, a supervisor and a trainer. At Trinity, she is the clinical manager of Restorative Practices and School Climate at the Trinity @McCormack program, where she is part of implementing Restorative and Circle practices, as a way to build school community and address harm. This approach builds trust and shared values, while dealing with root causes of conflict and disrespect . She is also actively working to support collaborative relationships and strengthen the system of care between families, schools and the larger community.
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