40 Hour Mediation Training at the Providence Renewal Centre, Edmonton, AB
January 16 & 17, January 22, 23 & 24, 2020
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day
We are pleased to offer a 5 day, 40 hour Mediation Training. This Training will provide prospective Collaborative Professionals (lawyers, financial professionals, family specialists) and those wishing to refresh their skills with the opportunity to learn and practice interest-based mediation in a co-facilitation model. This training meets the requirements of the Association of Collaborative Family Professionals (Edmonton) for registration with the Association as a Collaborative Professional.
The course will be 40 hours, and will offer instruction on interest-based mediation in a co-facilitation model. Our Mediation Course is intended to mirror what Collaborative Family Professionals provide at 4-way meetings which is tailored toward the collaborative process.
The benefits of collaborative practice are vast and include:
This training will run on January 16 & 17, 2020, and January 22 – 24, 2020 from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM each day. The instructors are Joanne Munro (www.silverliningmediation.com) and Sharon Wilson (www.stoptheconflict.com).
Location: Providence Renewal Centre
3005 119 Street Northwest
Edmonton, AB T6J 5R5
– interest-based mediation and a six-stage mediation model;
– understanding the unique challenges in a co-facilitation mediation model;
– the importance of case development and client preparation;
– learning and practicing skills in role play scenarios;
– skills to work with high conflict clients, and screening tools to identify clients at risk;
– understanding ethical considerations and power imbalances in mediation.
In early June 2019, I had the pleasure of participating in a podcast interview with Catherine Potter to discuss the concepts of Collaborative Practice.
The word finance evokes so many emotions in people that it can stop you in your tracks. Add in the word divorce and it becomes debilitating to a lot of people. The basic fear of not knowing what the end result will be can create more havoc, conflict, time loss, and ultimately, higher costs to reach a resolution.
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