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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

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    This program contains 10.75 Professionalism Hours. This program is also eligible for up to 38.25 Substantive Hours.


    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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