Mediation and Conflict Resolution
Incorporate the latest research and best practices, with a focus on prevention and remediation of problems. Programs satisfy multiple licensure requirements for psychologists, therapists, counselors, and social workers.
Gain a new way of thinking and innovative approaches to mediate professional or personal conflict. Programs meet multiple professional requirements and training standards.
In Memoriam – Perri E. Mayes, JD – 1960-2018
Mediation Instructor and Mentor
Perri Mayes, who since 2012 served as instructor and curriculum director for our mediation trainings, passed away on March 1, 2018 after a sudden and unexpected cancer diagnosis. As a result, all of our scheduled in-person mediation trainings have been cancelled.
Atty. Mayes’ contributions to the field of mediation were profound. Not only was she a respected instructor, but she continued to serve her students as a valuable mentor and resource. Read a tribute to Perri E. Mayes.
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At a Glance
Who: Taught by respected mediators and conflict resolution professionals.
What: High-quality training programs for a variety of professionals: attorneys, human services professionals, business, and others.
Certification: 40 hour training programs fulfill Wisconsin Chapter 767 requirements to be considered a qualified mediator and match the nationally recognized training standard. Offer Continuing Legal Education (CLE) hours for attorneys through the Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners.
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