MED 504-2 Mediation II: Mastering Skill & Delivery
Faculty: Mary Kendall Hope, Ph.D., Professor of Mediation Studies (Profile)
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course continues to develop the skills and concepts needed to master mediation techniques used by mediation professionals. A pre-requisite for this course Is Mediation I: Basic Techniques & Practice. Students and professionals taking this course will continue to develop the most commonly accepted techniques, skills, and methods of mediation practice. Upon completion of this course (along with its prerequisite), the student will be able to become a “mentee” to a credentialed mediator with the objective of becoming a mediation professional or attaining a deeper understanding of the mediation process. The goal of this tutorial is to continue the professional student’s journey of mediation training or provide a more thorough understanding of the objectives of mediation. Professionals who may work alongside credentialed mediators will find this course quite informative as this training will provide the means for understanding how both clients and professionals can utilize the techniques of mediation well to better resolve conflicts. It is recommended that the student professional who wishes to take this course as a means of training complete additional mediation training which focusing on mentorship with an experienced professional and credentialing appropriate to the state or country in which each individual may provide mediation.