Working with Trauma Survivors
In this time of increased intentional violence both in our communities
and in war zones, in this time of increased unintentional natural
violence – tornadoes, hurricanes, flooding, those of us in service
professions are presented more frequently than we know with victims of
trauma, both emotional and physical. As mediators,
we must be prepared to structure our mediation practice to serve those
sent to or requesting mediation services in a safe, open environment
and to screen and assess potential clients in order to provide the best
possible service. We must ensure that trauma victims are able
to effectively discuss issues in conflict, develop options to resolve
them and make informed decisions with good judgment.
We also offer ongoing mediation consulting.
Working with Trauma Survivors Workshop
Registration : $140.00
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Limited to first fifteen registrants.
|7.0 CPEs for Ohio Social
Workers, Counselors and MFTs
6.75 CLEs for Ohio attorneys
7.0 CUEs for Kentucky Social Workers, Counselors of MFTs
- Trauma: Characteristics, Triggers
- Capacity: Elements needed to mediate
- Initial Assessment and Ongoing Assessment
- Structuring the Session to Facilitate the
Development of Competency in Mediation
- Role Play Mediation with Trauma Survivor
- Terminating the Mediation if Competency
is Inadequate For Mediating in Best Interest
Basic Mediation Training
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What people say about us:
"Informative and energetic presenters."
"Excellent speakers and wish this session had been longer."
"Presenters engaging and informative."
"Made time for questions, good pace, kept interest up."
"Role plays are very comfortable and extremely helpful"
"Trainer made this a safe place"
An idea who's time has come
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