Washington Mediation Association On-line!
The Mediator’s Café is free to WMA members and is now available to non-WMA members for a fee of $15 per Café session. Non-WMA members can sign up to attend on our website www.washingtonmediation.org.
9/15/21 Marcus Lang & Felicia Staub: The Art of Asking Questions: how the careful, yet creative wording of questions can impact a mediation.
10/12/21 Eve Palay: Gender Diversity: the impact of working with varied communities in mediation.
11/17/21 David Bayliff: Internal Impartiality: becoming introspective about our internal opinions, biases, and triggers so that we can demonstrate external impartiality during mediation.
Center for Dialog & Resolution
Basic Mediation Training
What you will learn:
- Conflict resolution and concepts
- The 8-stage mediation model
- Interpersonal communication skills
- Mediator role and ethics
- Identifying interests, values and basic needs
Demonstrating the skills taught in this 40-hour class will enable you to explore peaceful and constructive approaches to conflict in the workplace, home, and your community.
37.75 CLE credits or 37.5 clock hours available. Recognized for Continued Learning Credits (CLE, CEU, PDC, Clock Hours) by:
- Washington State Bar Association (WSBA)
- National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Social Workers, Therapists, and Counselors
- Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) Educators
- This course meets the requirements for Washington Mediation Association
- Society for Human Resource Management
Autumn: September 28-30 and October 12-14
Trainings take place 8:30 am—5:30 pm at the Center For Dialog & Resolution Program
Fees: General registration: $700
Early bird: $650
Group rate: $550/person for 3 or more from the same organization
CLE credits: $125
Register now by filling out the form online at https://centerforresolution.org/