This interactive workshop facilitated by Alison Ebbitt and Charlie Irvine (see biographies below) is an opportunity for practitioners to reflect at a deeper level about how your work impacts on you in both the short and longer term.
This event is suitable for new and experienced mediators in any mediation discipline.
Alison has extensive experience as a family mediator, practising since 1999. Her practice includes family mediation, supervised contact and support work with children. Alison’s practice also includes workplace dispute resolution, mental health training and teen development. Additionally, she is a qualified social worker and mental health officer along with over 12 year’s experience as a counsellor.
A former solicitor and professional musician, Charlie started mediating in 1993 when he trained as a family mediator with FMS (now Relationships Scotland). His current practice includes commercial and succession disputes, workplace conflict and complaints against professionals. In 2010 Charlie founded Strathclyde University’s LLM/MSc in Mediation and Conflict Resolution, quickly followed by Strathclyde Mediation Clinic. The Clinic combines theory and practice by enabling students to work alongside experienced practitioners, and provides a free mediation service in six sheriff courts across West Central Scotland. Charlie is a regular contributor to the Kluwer Mediation Blog.
Costs: £70 per attendee for non members and £35 for SM members. (Organisational members can send up to 2 people at member rates).
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