Mediation Skills 1

Participants will be introduced to a comprehensive model for conducting interpersonal mediation.  A process that typically unfolds over a period of weeks and months will be explored intensively over 3 action-packed days.   

 

Skills related to conducting initial interviews and assessment, co-mediator planning, follow-up preparation/coaching, and carrying out joint meetings in situations where parties have an ongoing relationship will be explored and practiced.  

 

Introduction to Conflict Resolution is a prerequisite for our Mediation Stream and needs to be taken prior to this training.  We currently have it on the calendar on September 8 + 9, 2021 or we have the Asynchronous training available.  

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Participants attending this workshop will have the opportunity to: 

  • Learn a comprehensive mediation model for intervening in multi-incident conflict (i.e. from initial interviews to assessment to coaching, joint session, and closure); 
  • Learn specific frameworks for conducting both case development and joint session(s) that, in turn, draw and build on skills and concepts learned in Introduction to Conflict Resolution: Dealing with Difficult People.
  • Improve interpersonal listening, leadership, and assertiveness skills in the role of a third-party mediator. 

Trainers

David Dyck and Janine Hogue Sansregret of Facilitated Solutions

Dates

September 21, 22, + 23, 2021 | 8:30am - 4:00pm | In Person at Mediation Services