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This 40-hour interactive training offers participants a clear framework and hands-on training to enable participants to work effectively with divorcing parties who need help. The workshop presents a six-stage model for structuring the mediation process.  The workshop employs a wide range of formats including role play, lecture, discussions, simulations, story and music to cover the basic content areas of divorce mediation - property division, support and parenting... Details
When: April 19–23, 2018
Where: Kensington, MD
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Get your annual 2 hours of ethics and more! During this 6-hour course, you will examine and discuss challenging ethics cases. You will also participate in agreement writing to practice and hone skills that are just as important at the end of the mediation as during mediation.

When: April 21, 2018
Where: Germantown
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Mediation and Advocacy in Life Changing Events with Master of Disaster, Kenneth Feinberg.

When: April 24, 2018
Where: Baltimore
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Featuring:  Mayor Catherine Pugh,  MD Attorney General Brian Frosh,  Blair Franklin  and  Ciera Dunlap  (YES Drop-In Center of Baltimore)

When: April 26, 2018
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Trauma Informed Decision Making: What is it ? and What’s it got to do with Child Custody Decision Making?

When: April 26, 2018
Where: Edgewood
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Open to CASA volunteers, staff, social workers, children's attorneys, judges, magistrates and other child welfare professionals!

When: April 27–28, 2018
Where: Annapolis
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This 40-hour, interactive course covers theory, process, skills, and ethical considerations essential for every mediator.  Training format includes coached role playing, small group discussion and exercises, video, and lecture.

When: May 3–19, 2018
Where: Columbia
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Looking to enhance your skill and want to mediate child custody and visitation disputes? This 20-hour Child Access Mediation course meets the requirements of Rule 9-205(c) of the Maryland Rules of Procedures.

When: May 4–6, 2018
Where: Germantown
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How to Get People to Do What You Want  (Without Regretting It Later)

When: May 8, 2018
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Mediator Confidential is an opportunity for mediators to anonymously discuss their mediation cases, pose questions, offer feedback to fellow mediators, or just listen and learn. And, attending Mediator Confidential provides one hour of MPME continuing education credit.

When: May 15, 2018
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This workshop is designed to provide both hands-on training and a clear framework to enable participants to work effectively with divorcing and unmarried parents who are struggling to parent their children at a difficult time in their relation. Past participants tell us that this is some of the best professional training they have ever received.  We hope your experience will be the... Details
When: May 18–20, 2018
Where: Kensington, MD
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When: May 21, 2018
Where: Baltimore
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MCDR’s performance-based assessment process is one of the most valuable skills development opportunities available to mediators in the US and is recognized internationally by the International Mediation Institute (IMI).  Since 1996, MCDR has provided a performance-based assessment and certification program that is considered a national model in the ongoing dialogue on quality assurance and mediator credentials.  It is one of the few qualifying mediator assessment programs in the... Details
When: June 2, 2018
Where: Annapolis, MD
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Compassionate Family Court Systems: The Role of Trauma-Informed Jurisprudence

When: June 6–9, 2018
Where: Washington, DC
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This Mediation & Conflict Transformation Skills Training, led by Louise Phipps Senft, provides the tools and theory that are critical in transforming conflict and navigating difficult conversations with the help of a neutral third-party mediator.

When: June 18–22, 2018
Where: Baltimore