The Teran James Young Foundation will be hosting its 5th annual Restorative Practices in Schools Conference with this year’s theme on Screen Addiction held in-person and online from July 18th-22nd, 2022, and featuring speakers Leiʻohu Ryder, Dr. Nicholas Kardaras, and Trisha Prabhu.
- Dr. Nicholas Kardaras, a psychologist, speaker, digital addiction expert, and author of best-selling book “Glow Kids”, and co-founder/CEO of Maui Recovery located in Kihei.
- Trisha Prabhu, an innovator, a global advocate in leading an anti-cyberbullying movement, and inventor of ReThink™ which is a technology movement to detect and stop online hate
- Leiʻohu Ryder who is a Hawaiian spiritual leader, visionary, singer/songwriter, and educator.
The Teran James Young Foundation, a 501c(3) non-profit organization is proud to bring its annual conference back in-person! This conference starts with a free community night on Monday (July 18) then a 4-day conference to follow with topics to include: Screen Addiction, Social Media, & Internet Safety, Restorative Practices in Schools, Trauma-Informed Approaches, Building School Relationships, Youth Resilience, and Native Hawaiian Education Equity.
This conference is focused on our schools and welcomes all K-12 teachers, administrators, and staff to register for free. If you are interested in attending, but are not a K-12 teacher, administrator, or staff member, you are welcome to register for a fee. You can register online at https://teranjy.org