Training and Consulting Programs

The Good Shepherd Mediation Program offers a variety of training programs for mediators, attorneys, youth, and adults.

This 24-hour training prepares individuals to mediate family and neighborhood issues. It is a practical, interactive, hands-on workshop.

Participants learn communication and conflict management skills and develop an understanding that conflict is normal, how we deal with conflict determines the outcome and there are positive ways to handle conflict.

The goal of this training is to prepare mediators and conflict managers how to use conflict resolution skills to "coach" people experiencing conflict when mediation or litigation is not the answer.

This five-day workshop walks participants through the process of divorce and custody mediation from the orientation session to the completed memorandum of understanding.

Family mediator training program is a combination of role-play, lecture, simulation, discussion and videotapes.

This FREE mini-workshop is available for groups seeking to learn more about mediation and how it works.

Based on your experience attending meetings, WHAT WORKS? and WHAT DOESN'T? Join us for this interactive workshop and learn how to facilitate meetings and build consensus not tension.

This workshop provides participants with an understanding of negotiating methods and strategies, and the confidence to engage in productive negotiations.

Helping students by using the mediation process to clarify the nature of the dispute, seek options, and reach a consensus on a mutually satisfactory solution.

The RGC training is for mediators interested in facilitating Restorative Group Conferences at Good Shepherd Mediation Program.

This workshop will introduce restorative justice theory and train participants in the use of restorative practices.

This workshops offers organizational leaders the skills to transform conflict into cooperation through collaborative problem-solving.