Mediation is a flexible and creative process that offers individuals and groups in conflict an opportunity to find mutually acceptable resolutions to their issues and concerns. The mediator is a neutral facilitator, who uses the process of mediation to create an environment for parties to communicate effectively, explore their underlying interests and find constructive outcomes.
This course provides a five-step mediation structure and emphasizes mediator tools and strategies for effective conflict intervention. The stages of the mediation process are demonstrated by use of a video dramatization created especially for this training. It also examines the causes of conflict, cultural issues in mediation and ethical concerns.
The course runs September 25-28, 2013 from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day.
Credits: 22.5 Standard, 4.25 Ethics, 3.5 Elimination of Bias credits to be applied for
Register online now.
Date: September 25,2013
Time: 8:00:00 AM - 5:30:00 PM
Cost: $995 gov't/non-profit rate, $995 if registration received before 08/23/2013; $1095 if registration received after 08/23/2013
Contact: Hamline Law Mediation Center, 651-523-2880 or MediationCenter@hamline.edu
Location: Hamline University Minneapolis campus
Sponsor: Hamline Law Mediation Center