Family Dynamics: The Effects of Power Imbalance and Abuse on the Family

  • 25 Nov 2011
  • 9:00 AM
  • 27 Nov 2011
  • 4:00 PM
  • Moncton

Family Dynamics: The Effects of Power Imbalance and Abuse on the Family

Understanding the role of family dynamics plays an integral part in the family mediator’s analysis of how to structure a family mediation.
 

Who should attend

Persons who are interested in practising family mediation.

 

What you will learn

This three-day course will assist you in learning how to utilize intake screening tools to assess whether mediation is appropriate, safe and fair for the respective individuals prior to the mediation and throughout the entire mediation process.

You will also explore the effects of family abuse and power imbalance on family members through role plays, and learn how to create a safety plan that enables individuals who choose mediation to participate in the process with safety as the foremost principle. The development of a parenting plan will complete the learning activities for this experiential course.
 

Prerequisites

  • Introduction to Interest-Based Conflict Resolution
  • Interest-Based Medication

 

Facilitator

Elizabeth Sterritt

 

Credit hours

21 hours credit in the Certificate in Conflict Resolution Studies
 

Course fee

$749/$769. Participants enrolled in the Certificate in Conflict Resolution Studies are eligible for the reduced course fee.

 

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