Child-Centered Continuum Mediation Model training

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Child-Centered Continuum Mediation Model training

Time: October 9, 2015 to October 10, 2015
Location: Seattle University School of Law
Website or Map: http://www.law.seattleu.edu/c…
Event Type: training, mediation, advance, child, child-inclusive
Organized By: ADR Section WSBA, co-sponsored by Seattle University and Dispute Resolution Center of King County
Latest Activity: Sep 3, 2015

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 The Child-Centered Continuum Model of Mediation:  Increasing the Voice of the Child in Family Mediation/ADR Processes

This unique training program addresses how to facilitate children’s voices being effectively heard and provides strategies for parent decision-making to include the child’s concerns. The program presents a four-level, skills-based framework, typologies of cases that would be suited to each level of child involvement, and the Parent Readiness Scale (PRS).

More information and registration  HERE

This is the second program in the ADR Section’s series When Parents Separate, Kids Can’t Wait.  The first CLE training, Early Mediation Models in Family Law Cases, was co-sponsored by the WSBA Family Law Section and presented February 14, 2014.  A digital recording of that program is available through the WSBA. 

 

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