Continuing Mediator Education (CME) Workshops
Distinctive Advanced Training Workshops (A,B,C)
Continuing Mediator Education (CME) in an interactive format
Appellate Mediators may use 4-hours of our Appellate Certification Program for Appellate CME Requirements. (call 561-852-1633)
Each advanced mediation workshop (A,B,C) provides:
- 8 credits, half of your CME requirement of 16 credits, for Family, Circuit Civil, Dependency & County Certifications......Includes 4 hours of Ethics, 1 hour of Diversity, 2 hours Interpersonal Violence (formally Domestic Violence) and 1 hour General.
- 8 hours of CLER for Attorneys, including 4 of ethics
- 7 hours of general CEUs for Mental Health Professionals
- Information critical to your effectiveness and success as a mediator
- An excellent networking opportunity
- Special tracks for Advanced Mediation Practice Issues and Domestic Violence
Program Schedule (Agendas below)
|January 18, 2019
|February 16, 2019
|March 28, 2019
|April 18, 2019
|May 4, 2019
|July 19, 2019
Additional 4 and 8 hour CME dates are available, please call 561-852-1633!
Includes Morning Coffee Plus, Afternoon snack and All materials.
A full refund or reschedule date will be given up to 4-days prior to the start of any program.
Thereafter, but before a program start date a credit will be given toward another program.
Our programs are held, on specific dates, at the following
Fort Lauderdale/Davie-Nova SE University (NSU)--Main Campus-School of
Boca Raton- 1501 Spanish River Blvd, Boca
Raton, Florida 33431
Gainesville-Location details will follow
A, B, and C are completely different and distinct workshops.
Each has a different agenda, and course content.
Continuing Education (CME) credits are good for All Mediation Certifications, except Appellate
CLE, CEU are also provided
Primary Trainer: Professor Susan Dubow
“Reach New Heights of Understanding and Success” Primary Trainer: Professor Susan Dubow
9:30-11:10am INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE: Liz Bradshaw, MSW , Ft Laud. Police
Dept Senior Dom Violence Advocate of Psychology of Violence;
New Insights and Strategies for Mediators
11:20-12:10pm MEDIATION: Solution Focused Mediation: Allyson Tomchin, LCSW
12:10-1:00pm DIVERSITY: Difficult Diversity Dilemmas
1:15-2:15pm Lunch on Your Own
2:00-5:25pm ETHICS: Newest MQB Decisions & MEAC Opinions: Do You Agree?
Personal Ethical Dilemmas
Real Life Ethical Case Situations: What Would You Do?
3:30-3:40pm AFTERNOON BREAK
5:25-5:30pm Evaluations and Final Remarks
"New Inroads As We Mediate in the New Normal"
9:30-11:10 am INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE EDUCATION: Liz Bradshaw, MSW, Senior
Domestic Violence Advocate, Ft Laud P.D;
The Epidemic of Juvenile Violence: Can These Matters Be Mediated?
11:20 -12:10pm DIVERSITY/BIAS ELIMINATION ; Sexual Harassment and Mediation
12:10-1:00pm What Do I Say Now? Robin Caral Shaw, Esq, Chair, Professional
Mediation Institute, Past President, FAPM and ASFMA
1:00-2:00-pm Lunch on Your Own
2:00-5:20 pm ETHICS:
MEAC Survey: The Terrible Two-Step!
How Would You Have Handled These Real Life Dilemmas?
Latest MQB Sanctions: Do You Agree?
Latest MEAC Opinions Do You Agree?
CME Renewal Requirement
5:20-5:30pm Final Remarks and Q and A
"New Ideas and Concepts to Enhance our Mediation Practice"
9:30-11:10am INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION: What Every Mediator Needs
11:20-12:10pm NEUROSCIENCE AND MEDIATION: Important New Concepts
12:10-1:00pm DIVERSITY/BIAS ELIMINATION: Sexual Harassment and Mediation
1:00-2:00pm Lunch on Your Own
2:00-5:20pm ETHICS: Professor Fran Tetunic ADR Director, Nova College of Law,
Harvard Law Review:
Don’t Make These Mistakes!
Latest MEAC Opinions and MQB Decisions
The Case of The Mistaken Movie Critic
Take the Ethical Entrance Exam!
CME Renewal Requirements
5:20-5:30pm Final Remarks and Evaluations