NEVADA DISPUTE RESOLUTION COALITION ANNUALLY SPONSORS AN ADVANCED TRAINING
November 18, 2022 Advanced Mediation Theory & Practice:
A Deep Dive into Interests, Ethics, and Interventions.
Featured Speaker: Professor Stephanie Blondell, Esq.
(Caruso School of Law & Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution)
Advanced Mediation Theory and Practice: A Deep Dive into Interest, Ethics, and Interventions
Conflict resolution competencies rely on the building block of 1) interest identification, 2) ethical practice, and 3) sound mediator interventions. This advanced training will take you on a deep dive into each of these three fundamental concepts, deepening the practitioner's understanding of theory and expanding the mediator toolkit of interventions.
- Interest Identification: Interest Identification is often taught in a cursory fashion without a roadmap for how to practice or implement the skill. We will explore the implementation of interests as well as a taxonomy for interest identification.
- Ethical Practice: An important, foundational approach to mediation ethics is knowledge of the relevant codes, statutes, and rules in your jurisdiction. This session takes an alternate psychological approach to ethics and asks the question: How do good ethical mediators make bad ethical decisions? How do good parties at the table, veer from their preferred ethics?
- Interventions: What is a mediator intervention? How do you decide when, how, and what table skills to employ? This portion of the training examines current research in empathy, affect labeling, and inquiry in order to help the practitioner craft the perfect mediation interventions, with an emphasis on asking questions.
While this is advanced training, beginners can benefit as well.
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