Kathleen Cleland Moyer has worked in the field of restorative justice and conflict resolution for over 20 years. In addition to holding senior management positions in two prominent Canadian conflict resolution organizations (Conflict Resolution Network Canada and Community Justice Initiatives of Waterloo Region), Kathleen has served as a mediator, restorative justice facilitator and trainer and has authored several magazine articles, manuals, video scripts and plays about conflict resolution and restorative justice.
She is the winner of two national awards for her cutting edge efforts to use drama to teach conflict resolution (Fellowship of Man award in 1994 ($10,000) and the Frank Epp Memorial Award ($2000) in 1997).
Kathleen has a degree in Psychology (Peace and Conflict Studies option) from the University of Waterloo and a Bachelor of Education from University of Toronto.
- Facilitating respectful dialogues in congregational conflict
- Mediating interpersonal and multiparty disputes
- Serving as a "conflict coach" for church leaders
- Facilitating restorative justice circles in situations of harm
- Training in conflict resolution, mediation, anti-bullying, and restorative justice circles
- Engaging youth and adults in cross generational church dialogue
- Researching, writing, editing latest topics in conflict resolution and restorative justice
Kathleen is a member of the United Church of Canada and currently attends Westminster United Church in Waterloo. She also has deep connections with Mennonite Church Eastern Canada.
Email Kathrleen: firstname.lastname@example.org