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We understand that as a mediator, it can often be difficult to make sense of the emotional dialogue and conflict that can emanate from mediation. We want to help you tackle this issue and begin to make sense of it by understanding the psychological reasoning for certain difficult behaviours you see in your mediation practices.


  • Date: 10/05/2022 10:00
  • Location: Online Event

Description

Course Length: 5 hours

CPD Points: 5

What to expect from the course:

  • Exploration of useful theoretical concepts that may explain why clients get stuck, exhibit great distress, or continue a cycle of conflict throughout the mediation process. 
  • Case examples linked to these theories, outlining how mediators can adjust their interventions and adapt their mediation model and style.
  • Highlighting of certain visual materials that are used in all cases of high conflict- to assist the client in their understanding of themselves and each other, and to help in developing agreements.

This course will be run by our very own Adrian Wright – accredited family mediator, supervisor, and former trainer with the FMA and Resolutions. Adrian is highly experienced as a leading trainer, as he has focused much of the last 20 years on training and developing mediators and supervisors.