Conflict Coaching and Peer Mediation Training Saturday, October 8th from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The Center for Dispute Resolution is coordinating a conflict coaching and peer mediation training for college students on Saturday, October 8th. This training will cover
UPDATE – We have been excited to receive much more interest in the Guys’ Gathering Circle program this year from public schools than in prior years, and we’ve had more circle groups requested than ever before! This growth is wonderful
College-aged men who want to build their communication, leadership, and facilitation skills while benefiting boys in our community are invited to take part in free training to volunteer as Guys’ Gathering Circle facilitators in area middle and high schools. This
Missouri State women – ask yourself these questions as you plan your fall… Are you interested in building your communication, facilitation, and conflict skills? Do you have a passion for helping youth, particularly girls and young women? Would you like
June 2-3 the CDR was pleased to once again bring Dr. Trica Jones to Springfield to offer a 2-day training Conflict Coaching. Participants learned Dr. Jones’ conflict coaching model, which allows a coach to help someone struggling with a conflict
In May the CDR provided training for 50 Boys and Girls Club staff in Springfield, MO. The group, a mix of both new and returning employees, works closely with at-risk youth in our community. The interactive training focused on understanding
In May the CDR was pleased to provide a customized training in Family Group Decision-Making (also known as Family Group Conferencing) for child welfare professionals in Missouri. This training, offered in Branson, MO, was sponsored by the Healthy Families Taskforce.
In March the CDR held its bi-annual 40-hour civil and family mediation training, and once again filled the training to capacity with professionals and students anxious to build their mediation skills. This training event brought together 25 experienced mediators who
In February the CDR hosted a visit by Dr. David Karp, a Professor of Sociology and Director of the Project on Restorative Justice at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York. Dr. Karp focuses on restorative justice (RJ) in community
Missouri State men – would you like to build your communication, facilitation, and conflict skills, enhance your resume, and serve as a role model and mentor for boys in our community? If so, consider becoming a Guys’ Gathering Circle facilitator!