Family Mediation: Theory and Skills


    Family Mediation: Theory and Skills (7 days – including 2 days on Domestic Violence). Participants must complete the 3 – Day Introduction to Mediation & Negotiation course prior to this course.

    Part 1 – March 1 – 3, 2018 | Part 2 – March 21-24, 2018 | Includes Domestic Violence on March 21 – 22, 2018

    This course counts as credit toward a Certificate in Conflict Management from Conrad Grebel University College, University of Waterloo.
    Attendees participate in learning the 7 essential steps of Family Mediation Theory and the necessary skills to put them to practical use.

    • The Mediation Process
    • An Overview of Family Law
    • Mediation in Practice
    • Mediation & Domestic Violence
    • Psychological Issues
    • Family MediationSkills
    • Research; Evaluating the Outcomes of Mediation

    Scholarship Information: Landau Family Scholarship Fund


    As required by the Mediation Associations, the full course must be completed within one year including the pre-requisite courses (Intro to Mediation & Negotiation, and Domestic Violence..

    Included in your registration fee:
    • Family Mediation, Arbitration and Collaborative Practice Handbook, 5th Edition by Barbara Landau, Lorne Wolfson, Niki Landau Lexis - Nexis Canada, 2009

    • Extensive written materials and precedents

    • CERTIFICATES from the: * ADR Institute of Ontario and; * Conrad Grebel University College (University of Waterloo)

    • Two credits toward a certificate in Conflict Management from Conrad Grebel University College.

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