Psychological Mediation and Mediation Advocacy Course


UP TO 20.75 CPD/CLE hours available*

Psychological Mediation and Mediation Advocacy Course, with the opportunity of IMI Advocacy certification
Understanding the Psychology of Conflict - A Course for Mediators and Mediation Advocates

27-29 October 2016, Regent's University London, England

A course presented by the IBA Mediation Committee

This new three-day course on Psychological Mediation and Mediation Advocacy, with the opportunity of IMI Advocacy certification, will provide a practical, interactive and in-depth overview of understanding the psychology of conflict for mediators and mediation advocates. 

Designed by Paul Randolph and conducted by him, along with Patricia Barclay, Spenser Hillard and Karen Weixel-Dixon, the course will take place on 27-29 October at Regent's University, London. Successful candidates who meet the portfolio requirements will qualify for IMI certification in Mediation Advocacy. 

Topics will include:
  • Existential approach to conflict
  • The psychology behind communication skills
  • Mediation advocacy
  • Working with emotions
  • Psychological strategy and tactics
  • Neurological aspects
  • Case studies: supervised mock mediations from a psychological perspective

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