The Center of Dispute Resolution (CDR) at MSU is offering a Civil and Family Mediation Training from Oct. 25-29, 2017 in Springfield.
About Mediation Training
Join us for this highly interactive three-day (civil mediation) or five-day (civil and family mediation) training. The first three days of the training (Oct. 25-27) train you to conduct civil mediations, and if you participate in the full five days (Oct. 25-29), you wil be trained to conduct family mediations as well, including divorce and child custody mediations.
Participants develop their mediation skills through role plays and interactive exercises, and receive extensive one-on-one coaching and written evaluations of their skill development from coaches with a wide range of experience in a variety of types of civil and family mediation.
The training covers a variety of topics, including:
- The caues and dynamics of conflict
- Listening skills
- Negotiation theory
- Interests vs. positions: getting at the real goals in a conflict
- Diversity, power and conflict
- Mediation techniques and much more.
Our Trainers Make the Difference
Learn from more than 20 presenters and coaches.
The CDR's Mediation Training offers an unparrelleled learning environment for attendees by bringing together expert presenters, as well as coaches with experiences in all types of mediation. This allows participants to learn from mediators with a wide variety of perspectives and approaches.
For more information and to register visit our website or contact the CDR at CDR@MissouriState.edu or 417-836-8831.