Critical Issues in Expanding Important Domestic Mediation Processes and Skills

This new course is designed to give a perspective on domestic mediation to help you expand, refine, and improve your domestic mediation skills.

One of our participants wrote and thereby provided the impetus for creating this seminar:

I recently completed the JCA Domestic Violence 2-day course and it was, in a word, fantastic. Through that course, I discovered that JCA’s approach to Domestic Mediation is organized quite differently than what I had previously encountered. The instructor, Melissa Heard, does a great job of dividing the subject matter into integral parts and clearly conveying how those parts fit together. In fact, my classmates and I were so impressed with the intuitive process JCA teaches that we asked Melissa to put together a condensed version of JCA’s approach to Domestic Mediation and offer it as a seminar of a few hours’ duration. I personally found her materials and her methods extremely helpful for establishing a workflow process that is understandable, easily navigable, and does not require reinvention of the wheel by those new to Domestic Mediation.

The seminar is geared to benefit experienced domestic mediators in developing new perspectives, insights, and skills. Like all JCA trainings the emphasis is on practical and immediately applicable skill and process development. For those who have taken the Atlanta Divorce Mediators’ or JCA’s Divorce Training this course is intended as a refresher.

6-hour course, 8:30-4:00 p.m.

Date: TBD

Cost: $150.

Prerequisite: Registration as a domestic mediator in Georgia, or experience as a practicing mediator in any state.

This training is approved for CE for mediators registered with GODR.

GA CLEs: 6.0 Applied for (1.0 Ethics, 0.0 Trial, 0.0 Professionalism; GA-MFTs: 0.0 Core Hour CEUs (.0 Ethics)