40-Hour Family Mediation Training - Part 2
|Event Description - 40-Hour Family Mediation Training - Part 2|
40-Hour Family Mediation Training with Dr. Karen Irvin
Dates: September 12-14 and October 3-5, 2013 (all six days are required)
Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Credits: 37.5 Standard CLE credits and 2.5 Ethics CLE credits to be applied for.
Location: Hamline University, Minneapolis campus
- $1495 government non-profit rate
- $1495 if registration received before 8/16/13
- $1695 if registration received after 8/16/13 (light breakfast and lunch provided each day)
Space is limited to 15. Register early to ensure a spot.
Registration information available on the Mediation Center website.
Family mediation gives people who are divorcing or separated and co-parenting a creative alternative to the family courts for making decisions about their relationship, and how they impact their children's lives. It is a cooperative and constructive way to resolve differences and plan for the future. Minnesota District Court requires that alternatives to court be considered early in the dissolution process. Certified family mediation skills provides the opportunity to become a qualified family facilitative neutral under the General Rules of Practice for the District Courts Rule 114.
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Date: 10/3/2013 to 10/5/2013Location:
Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM