ESSENTIALS OF MEDIATION and DIVORCE MEDIATION
Reaching Mutual Understanding and Durable Resolutions
40 HOURS (24 hrs + 16 hrs)
Approved by the Association for Conflict Resolution Family Section
October 28 - November 1, 2013 (9 am - 6 pm each day)
175 North Redwood Drive
San Rafael, CA 94903
*Permission of instructors required if attending only last 2 days.Early registration:
For March 2013 course: $1200 if by Jan. 28, 2013, $1300 if by Feb. 11, 2013.
For October 2013 course: $1200 if by Sept. 16, 2013; $1300 if by September 30, 2013.
CE CREDITS: MCLE, BBS & CPA (formerly MCEP) - 37.5 hours for 5-day course; 24 hours for 3-day course; and 16 hours for 2-day course.
|The first 3 days will focus on Essentials of Mediation,
with reference to both family and business contexts, including:
|The last 2 days will focus on Divorce Mediation,
exclusively, focusing on:
|WHO SHOULD ATTEND|
|All who would like to develop mediation skills, including therapists, attorneys, human resource professionals, managers, health care providers, religious leaders, educators, and consultants.|
COMMENTS FROM PAST PARTICIPANTS
"Jessica and Nancy make a great teaching team. Their knowledge is complementary and both are engaging, committed teachers. The five-day course was a pleasure to attend."
"I learned so much about communication skills."
"I truly thought that you were marvelous. This course was so well planned, the time went by for me without a moment of boredom. I don't think my mind wandered once. When I got back to my office, I realized how much more conscious I was of the things that I was saying to my clients. I began to think about neutrality and bias, about empathy, about control, about what my role was in relation to the people that I see in therapy. I supervise a group of therapists and I found that things that I had learned in the course were creeping...no, fairly stomping, into the supervision."
"Nancy and Jessica were an excellent team
...same interactive style
...personalities form a wonderful combination
...tremendous respect for human strength as well as frailty
...liked the fact that vantage points were different
...worked smoothly together
...their sense of humor was a great asset."
About Nancy Foster
"Easy, calm, smart, personable, cooperative, good sense of humor."
"Very clear, well organized, kind, practiced what she preached, nonjudgmental."
"Great stamina! Knows her field."
"Terrific teaching stylegreat demonstrations of reframing and empathy."
About Jessica Notini
"Enthusiastic, smart, quick to either give examples or draw us out."
"Very clear and well organized, knowledgeable. Used humor very well.
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