40-Hour Family Mediation Training - May 3-5, 17-19
with Karen Irvin, PhD, LMFT
May 3-5, 17-19, 2018
9:00 am – 5:00 pm each day
Early Registration (through Apr. 10): $1,595.00
Location: Minnesota Humanities Center
37.5 Standard & 2.5 Ethics CLE credits applied for
40 LMFT CEs
Rule 114 Certified Training
Family mediation gives people who are separated or divorcing a creative alternative to the family courts for making decisions. Mediation is a cooperative and constructive way to resolve differences and plan for the future. Minnesota District Court requires that alternatives to court be considered early in the dissolution process. Certified family mediation skills training with expert trainer and experienced practitioner Karen Irvin, PhD, LMFT provides the opportunity to become a qualified family facilitative neutral under the General Rules of Practice for the District Courts Rule 114. Training includes conflict management and problem solving theory and skills that are broadly applicable. Additional topics include: psychodynamics of divorce; effects of divorce on children; child-centered decision making; domestic violence; property and financial issues, and ethical considerations in mediation practice. Emphasis is on learning through practice.
To ensure maximum engagement, this course is limited to fifteen people, and light breakfast and lunch are provided so that the class can engage in informal discussion throughout the day. Please register early to ensure a seat in the training.
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