July 12 Webinar, 1 pm ET
Transcending Intractable Conflict
Transcending intractable arguments is never easy. Supporting clients to view mediation as a dance rather than a boxing match can help bring even the most heated discussions to peaceful resolution. This program will provide practitioners simple tools to help parties unmask untold stories that ultimately will help support resolving even the most entrenched conflicts in unexpected ways.
September 13 Webinar, 1 pm ET, CLE Credit
How to Identify and Manage your Implicit Biases
Everyone possesses implicit biases. Those implicit biases develop unconsciously during the course of your lifetime and highly affect your beliefs, attitudes, and actions towards other people. Join us for this program and gain invaluable insight into your own personal implicit biases (yes, we ALL have them) and learn how to manage them.
October 11 Webinar, 1 pm ET
Family Crisis at the Gate: Mediate, Don’t Litigate
This program will inform you about the benefits of mediation versus litigation. Why mediate? Why not just let a judge in a courtroom decide? Whether facing divorce, addiction or mental health issues that put children at risk - or a host of other family crises - you should consider the alternative of mediation.
October 18-19, Virtual Conference
20th Annual Advanced Mediation & Advocacy Skills Institute
This 2-day virtual Institute features the opportunity to learn from some of the leading social, behavioral and legal authorities in the field. Join us for an exploration of new mediation advancements that build on several pandemic-era discoveries and innovations in technique, delivery and technology. Advocates, practitioners, educators and consumers of ADR services alike will not want to miss it!