Good Shepherd Mediation Program News

GSMP Announces 2018 Open Houses

GSMP Announces 2018 Open Houses

Posted on November 30, 2017

Good Shepherd Mediation Program is hosting a series of FREE Open Houses to introduce you to who we are, the services we offer to the community and the the benefits of mediation, conflict coaching and conflict resolution education.

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GSMP Honors 2017 Shepherds of Peace

GSMP Honors 2017 Shepherds of Peace

Posted on November 30, 2017

GSMP honors four individuals for their dedicated and compassionate work to ensure the health and safety of Philadelphia’s children, youth and families.

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GSMP Honors 2017 Shepherds of Peace

GSMP Honors 2017 Shepherds of Peace

Posted on November 30, 2017

GSMP honors four individuals for their dedicated and compassionate work to ensure the health and safety of Philadelphia’s children, youth and families.

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Can Mediation Save Lives?

Can Mediation Save Lives?

Posted on May 26, 2017

Good Shepherd Mediation Program receives calls nearly every day from people experiencing conflict with their neighbors. Here’s an example of a neighbor dispute that became horribly violent, leaving one neighbor fatally wounded. One wonders what the outcome would have been if these neighbors had had the opportunity to use mediation to resolve their disagreement.

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Circles Training in San Francisco

Circles Training in San Francisco

Posted on February 22, 2016

On February 13th, 2016, Good Shepherd Mediation Program (GSMP) executive director, Cheryl Cutrona presented Circles Process training at the Good Shepherd Gracenter. in San Francisco, California. The workshop focused on the how the Gracenter can incorporate circles as a way to support the women residing there who are recovering from addiction.

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JAMS Foundation Funds CHIRP

JAMS Foundation Funds CHIRP

Posted on January 2, 2015

Good Shepherd Mediation Program (GSMP), Philadelphia's only, nonprofit community mediation center, received a grant from the JAMS Foundation to design and implement a series of conflict resolution education workshops for children with a parent who is incarcerated or returning from prison.

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