About Training Services . . .
Interested in Mediation Training? Join Ellen Kandell and me September 24-28, 2018 for our Basic Course sponsored by the Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA).
This 40-hour, interactive course covers theory, process, skills, and ethical considerations essential for every mediator. Training format includes coached role playing, small group discussion and exercises, video, and lecture. Topics include all required under Maryland Judicial Rule 17.
Where? William H. Thumel Sr. Business Center; 11 W. Mount Royal Avenue; Baltimore, MD 21201
To find out more, click below for information on the MSBA website:
And, of course, please do feel free to contact me directly at 410-730-2106 if you want to "learn more about it": I am happy to answer your questions!
Child Access Training:
This is the course to learn how to help parents develop a parenting plan!
Using video, discussion, and coached role play, course covers topics required under Maryland Judicial Rule 9-205 including:
1. Maryland law on separation, divorce and annulment; child custody and visitation;
child and spousal support; and, the interrelationship of "custody" and child support.
2. Family systems and child development.
3. Emotional aspects of separation and divorce.
4. Recognizing and addressing domestic violence and how to safely terminate mediation.
Next class is scheduled October 20, 21, 27, and 28, 2018 at Howard Community College. To register, contact Adrienne Summers at Howard Community College at 443-518-4972 or email@example.com.
Interested? Please do feel free to contact me directly at 410-730-2106 if you want to "learn more about it": I am happy to answer your questions!
Mediating Property and Finances at Divorce:
Want to learn to help spouses discuss financial and property issues at separation or divorce? This is the course for you! Taking a skills-based approach congruent with Maryland Judicial Rule 17-205, using video, discussion, and coached role play, course includes topics such as:
1. Maryland law on marital property and alimony.
2. Distribution of assets.
3. Interface of alimony, child access, and child support.
4. Tax topics.
5. Special topics including retirement accounts and Qualified Domestic Relations Orders.
Next class is scheduled February 23, 24, March 2,3, 2019 at Howard Community College. To register, contact Adrienne Summers at Howard Community College at 443-518-4972 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested? Please do call me at 410-730-2106: I am happy to answer your questions!
Customized Mediation Training:
Interested in special topics such as "Neurological Tips for Mediators," and "Charting Your Course: Ethical Decision-Making for Mediators"? Whatever your interest, please do call me at 410-730-2106, and let's talk! I look forward to hearing from you!
Organizations may be interested in my training and facilitation services. Training topics have included conflict management, interpersonal communication, group and team facilitation, and group and team performance.
Satisfied organizational clients have included the Johns Hopkins University, the Domestic Violence Center of Howard County, Maryland, the American National Red Cross, Verizon, the Howard County (Maryland) Public School System, and the Veteran’s Administration.
Interested? Please do call me at 410-730-2106, and let's talk. I look forward to answering your questions!