Basic Family Mediation
Instructor: Bob Collins
Date: May 17-21, 2021, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Taught by Bob Collins, Basic Family Mediation is designed for those who wish to practice family mediation or to become better equipped to counsel and represent people in family matters. It is structured as a comprehensive, practical, and dynamic blend of lectures, discussions, exercises, and role-plays. Bob brings to the course years of experience and insights for negotiating support, tools for bringing closure to negotiations, information on ethical issues of practice, and answers to the practical questions of starting as a mediator.
What you will Learn
- How to utilize 36 practical mediation techniques
- Tips on making parenting problems palatable
- Easy answers to difficult divorce questions
- Helpful insights into negotiation motivations in divorce
- Creative approaches to child and spousal support
- Avoiding tax traps in family reorganizations
- Applying mediation to family disputes and pre-nuptial negotiations
For more information, contact Cindy Maylott at 208-885-6541, 877-200-4455, or firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Presenter
Bob Collins has received such high acclaim that we have invited him back to teach the basic family mediation course. Bob has practiced family mediation since 1982, and he is a founder of The New York Mediation Group. Recipient of the Distinguished Faculty Award from the Ackerman Institute for the Family in 2000, Bob is a popular mediation trainer of both practicing attorneys and therapists in the United States and abroad. Bob has been a professor of law and Director of Clinic Programs at the American Justice School of Law, and is an adjunct professor and Director of the Divorce Mediation Clinic at Cardozo Law School.
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