The challenge of conducting trauma informed practice within family mediation
FMC LIVE will continue with our 4th broadcast this Saturday, September 17th, 2022, at 9am Pacific (12pm Eastern)
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This Saturday September 17 at 12:00 Noon ET (9am PT) Sharon Crooks and Ken Markley are delighted to be interviewing Dr. Michael Saini. This will be the fourth of a series of live podcasts focused on the challenge of conducting trauma informed practice within family mediation.
Michael is a professor at the U of Toronto in law and social work. His research interests include: access to justice; separation and divorce; family law; child custody and child welfare.
Recorded webinars are always available on our online teachable platform. Here are just a couple:
A Scholarly Review of Mediation Models with Dr. Desmond Ellis (1.5 hours)
There is great diversity in the field of family mediation today. The co-presence of a variety of family mediation models presents practicing family mediators with the choice of using one model - the one they were trained to use - or use contributions from more than one model. This webinar is designed to help practicing family mediators ground their choice in a comparison and evaluation of the following four influential models of mediation: INTEREST BASED, TRANSFORMATIVE, THERAPEUTIC, and INSIGHT. Dr. Ellis provides an overview of each of these models, focusing on the “Heart of each Model” and “Noteworthy Concerns of the Model”.
FMC Members and affiliates $89
Non-members $139 (no tax)
Preparing Mediation Reports with Rhoda I. Dobler, Q.C. (2 hours)
This webinar addresses the various approaches to writing mediation reports/memoranda. Many different styles have evolved, sometimes driven by the issues in dispute or even the professional background of the mediator. We seldom receive opportunities to review the numerous styles and approaches to report preparation. In this webinar many different approaches to mediation report writing will be discussed and shared to increase understanding and to further develop report writing skills. We will examine the components of a mediation report and identify some tips to effectively communicate agreements reached, as well as pitfalls to avoid in written reports.
FMC Members and affiliates $119
Non-members $159 (no tax)