Online Multi-Day Divorce Mediation Training 2022


When: Mar 22, 2022 - Mar 26, 2022
Time: 9:00 am - 1:30 pm

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Online Multi-Day Divorce Mediation Training 2022

3/22-3/26 & 3/28-3/30

9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. each day

We are adapting to bring high quality divorce mediation training 100% online!

Purpose of the Training

To give you practical experience for addressing any style and degree of conflict related to divorce and family law using unique and proven mediation tools and techniques. This is achieved by conducting a basic divorce mediation from start to finish applying FRIs innovative 5-Phase Mediation Process. You will learn how to diffuse and cool high conflict situations in mere moments.

What You Will Experience

An interactive, immersive multi-media and fun training event rooted in practical application through role playing, Q&A, lecture, and discussion. You will learn and be able to immediately apply a unique mediation structure, and the tools and techniques that go with it. FRI provides the participants with a full color handbook, that includes court forms, sample fee agreements, checklists, mediator specific ethical standards, and significant resources of relevant books and organizations that you can use right away. You will make a connection with the other trainees and gain a new community for support and networking.

This Training is Ideal for…

Any professional working in an area that is related to divorce and family law conflict such as family law lawyers (i.e., litigation, mediation, collaborative, etc.), mental health professionals (i.e., marriage and family therapists, relationship counselors, divorce coaches, psychologists, etc.), financial professionals and realtors.

Education Goals and Learning Objectives

At the end of the training, you will be able to:

  • Conduct a formal mediation and/or use the skills in your practice
  • Identify the 5 phases of the Mediation process and the purpose of each phase
  • Distinguish your role as mediator from the role of lawyer, therapist, financial professional or other
  • Name 3 specific effective listening techniques and their purposes
  • Identify 4 reasons to hold a caucus during a mediation
  • Utilize new mediation techniques for getting past impasse
  • Help parties learn to make and respond to proposals
  • Hold effective separate meetings with clients
  • Listen and respond to clients to find options for settlement
  • Manage power imbalances
  • Name 3 techniques for working with high conflict people