The Domestic Relations Mediation Training will continue in developing your communication skills. This training and instructor will focus on using a facilitative model in resolving family conflict. Our content and role-plays will prepare participants to mediate court-order domestic cases: divorce, legitimation, modification of child custody or support, and visitation contempt. Without a doubt, our training aims to prepare participants to facilitate emotional – yet meaningful domestic conflict by expanding practical skills to support families with safe and healthy separation.
Completion of the Domestic Relations Mediation Training is required to attend the Specialized Domestic Violence Mediation Training.
Requirements: Participants must have a Bachelor’s degree as well as attend the General Civil Mediation Training and complete the practicum requirements.
Lead Trainer: Lee Robbins
Duration: 42 hours | 5 days | Homework
Dates: April 9th – 13th, 2024
Start/Stop Times: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm ET
Class Limit: 18
Questions? Contact Lee at email@example.com
Participants have 18 months from the date on their certificate to complete the practicum requirements and register with the GODR. Participants are to complete a 12-hour practicum by observing one and co-mediating two or more Court ordered mediations. The practicum requirement is free for those who complete our Domestic Relations Mediation Training.
The Mediation Center is unable to provide a refund and reserves the right to refuse a refund for failure to attend training on the indicated registration date. Participants have the option of attending a future training or recategorizing the payment for training as a donation to the Center’s community youth education programs.
Our Center and lead trainer, Lee Robbins, has the approval to provide this training. Approval by the GODR does not imply that any particular court program must accept those who complete our training on their roster. Additionally, completion of any state-approved program does not automatically qualify one as a neutral in any particular program. Local court programs have the authority to exercise discretion regarding applicant qualifications, and thus may inquire into the training and experience of a neutral.