Elizabeth Smull is a skilled restorative practitioner who has provided direct services to struggling youth and their families. She provides restorative practices professional development to a worldwide audience of educators, counselors and social workers and has worked with schools across the country to improve school climate. Most recently, she helped develop the IIRP professional development event on Motivational Interviewing (MI) and supported the implementation of MI at the IIRP model programs — Community Service Foundation and Buxmont Academy (CSF Buxmont) — through training, coaching and observation. Previously, Ms. Smull worked at CSF Buxmont for 15 years. As a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor, she supported individuals involved in the juvenile and adult criminal justice systems. She did extensive work with youth and families, oversaw the Conferencing Program, which includes both Family Group Decision Making (FGDM) and restorative conferences, and supervised counselors for at-risk youth. Ms. Smull coauthored a book on FGDM, Family Power: Engaging and Collaborating with Families (2013).