Family Resolution Institute (San Diego) 4-Day Divorce Mediation Training

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Family Resolution Institute (San Diego) 4-Day Divorce Mediation Training

September 14 @ 8:00 am - September 17 @ 5:00 pm

- $1300 - $1600

An opportunity for attorneys, therapists and divorce financial professionals to learn the mediation process and skills to conduct a divorce mediation from start to finish.  The course if fun and interactive.  Participants will receive hands-on, practical training in a variety of topics including: Conflict Theory; The 5 phases of Divorce Mediation; Effective Listening, Managing Power Imbalances, Unconscious Bias, Techniques for breaking impasse, including separate meetings, Ethical dilemmas in Mediation, Dealing with difficult and emotional clients

Details

Start:
September 14 @ 8:00 am
End:
September 17 @ 5:00 pm
Cost:
$1300 - $1600
Event Category:
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Website:
https://FamilyResolutionInstitute.com/training

Venue

San Diego
TBA
San Diego, 92100 United States
Phone:
877-361-9909
Website:
FamilyResolutionInstitute.com

Organizer

Family Resolution Institute (San Diego)
Phone:
877-361-9909
Email:
FamilyResolutionInstitute@gmail.com
Website:
FamilyResolutionInstitute.com

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