Brook Thorndycraft, MA, B.Ed.
Brook Thorndycraft, MA, B.Ed. encourages people to understand conflict as an opportunity for change and growth, and supports them to develop their emotional capacity and practical skills to deal with conflict more successfully. She offers mediation, relational coaching, workshops, and organizational development and conflict resolution.
Brook has training and experience in popular education, restorative justice, narrative therapy and mediation, and brings her community-based
experience into her conflict resolution work.
She brings twelve years of experience in community work and education, and has been involved in social justice work and organizing including prison justice, anti-poverty, sexual health, LGBTTIQ2SA issues, and migrant justice work.
In addition to her private practice, Brook currently teaches Introduction to Restorative Justice in the Community Worker Program at George Brown College, and works as a Counsellor with Toronto Public Health.
Brook is dedicated to supporting people to recognize and build their own capacity, experience, and knowledge to resolve conflict and relationship strife in all aspects of their life.