Mark Finnis was a guest on Talking Piece Podcast

30 November 2021

"Mark Finnis is the director of L30 relational systems and an Independent Thinking associate and one of the UK's leading exponents of restorative practice.

With many years experience working with schools, local government agencies and social services, he is in great demand as a speaker and trainer, helping organisations adopt restorative practices in a way that is practical and achievable.

We caught up with Mark to find out how he first got interested in restorative practice and how that has developed over the years."

Click here to listen to the podcast.

Click here to find out abit more about Mark and his publication Independent Thinking On Restorative Practice.


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