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 their 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 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 25, 2018 Thu Program-A Boca Raton
February 24, 2018 Sat Program-B Ft Lauderdale
March 23, 2018 Fri Program-C Boca Raton
April 6, 2018 Fri Program-A Ft Lauderdale
May 10, 2018 Thu Program-B Boca Raton
July 21, 2018 Sat Program-C Boca Raton
  Additional 4 and 8 hour CME dates are available, please call 561-852-1633!

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Or call 561-241-0413 / 561-852-1633


Only $179.00ea.

Includes Morning Coffee Plus, Afternoon snack and All materials.



Our programs are held at the following facilities:

Fort Lauderdale/Davie-Nova SE University (NSU)--Main Campus-School of Business Building

Miami--8585 SW 124 Avenue, 33183

Boca Raton- 1501 Spanish River Blvd, Boca Raton, Florida 33431

West Palm Beach-NSU-11501 N Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

Gainesville-Location details will follow registration


A, B, and C are completely different and distinct workshops.

Each has a different agenda, and course content.


Primary Trainer: Professor Susan Dubow



2018--Program A 

                                            “New Insights and Techniques for Mediators"                                                                


 9:30-11:10am         INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE EDUCATION: Liz Bradshaw, MSW , Ft Laud. Police

                                    Dept Senior Dom Violence Advocate Psychology of Violence;

                                    Insights for Mediators


 11:10-11:20am       BREAK


 11:20-12:10pm       NEGOTIATION:  What Are You Leaving on the Table?       


 12:10-1:00pm         DIVERSITY:     How Would You Handle These Scenarios?                                                                                

 1:15-2:15pm           Lunch on Your Own


 2:00-5:25pm           ETHICS: Al Capp, Esq;

                                   How to Settle Difficult Cases-The Hard Questions! 

                                   Recent MEAC Opinions and MQB Decisions

                                   Personal Dilemmas:  What Would You Do?

                                   CME Renewal


3:30-3:40pm            AFTERNOON BREAK


5:25-5:30pm            Evaluations and Final Remarks



2018--Program B

"New Inroads As We Mediate in the New Normal"



9:30-11:10 am           INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE EDUCATION: Liz Bradshaw, MSW,  Senior   

                                      Domestic Violence Adv, Ft Laud P.D;                      

                                      The Epidemic of Juvenile Violence: Can These Matters Be Mediated?


11:10-11:20am          Break


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


3:30-3:40pm              Break                              


5:20-5:30pm              Final Remarks and Q and A



  2018-Program C    

"New Ideas and Concepts to Enhance our Mediation Practice"



 9:30-11:10am            INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION: Honorable Linda Ehrlich.

                                       17th Judicial Circuit Court; A View From The Bench


 11:10-11:20am         Break


 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


 3:30-3:40pm              Break


 5:20-5:30pm             Final Remarks and Evaluations



Mailing Address Only

Mediation Training Group
21218 St. Andrews Blvd., #112
Boca Raton , FL 33433
Telephone # 561-241-0413
Fax # 561-558-9560
© 2014 Mediation Training Group, Inc.


Attorneys will receive 8 CLER credits, including 4 in ethics, for attending the CME Workshop.

Psychologists & Mental Health Professionals
Mental Health Professionals will earn 7 hours of Continuing Education, provided through MTG, as approved by the Florida Department of Health for LCSW, LMHC, and LMFT, the Florida Office of School Psychology for School Psychologists, and the Florida Board of Psychology for Psychologists


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