|Dates:||September 16 - October 9, 2013|
|Meets:||M and W from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM, 8 sessions|
|Location:||UT Arlington CEWF-E200H |
|Instructor:||Ralph Steele |
|Fee:|| $299.00 |
|Materials:||Required: Designing Mediation: Approaches to Training and Practice within a Transformative Framework by Joseph P. Folger; Robert A. Baruch Bush; Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation 9780970949202.
|Textbook:||Designing Mediation: Approaches to Training and Practice within a Tranformative Framework
|Notes:||Text: Designing Mediation, ISBN 0-9709492-0-0
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Transformational Mediation is an approach to conflict intervention that is used in a wide range of settings including the courts, the community and the governmental arena. It has been adapted for interventions that address team development and multi-party disputes. This course provides an understanding of the core purpose and foundational principles of transformative practice as well as teaches mediators how to guide disputants in taking sole responsibility for all outcomes. Through readings, class discussions, video illustrations and skill building exercises, participants will be exposed to this approach to mediation practice.
Transformative Mediation, mediation, MEDIATION, tRASFORATIV MADIATION