Newsletter on our Family Mediation Training Program

Our latest newsletter on (online) family mediation training  has arrived! Featuring student testimonials, highlights on our program (Why Take our Training), overall course satisfaction from our 2022-2023 cohort, training dates for our next 2023-2024 family mediation training season, alumni guest post, photos and more! Click here to view.

Information Session on Family Mediation Training

If you would like to learn more about the family mediation training process, our internship (mediator-in-training) program, and career opportunities, register and take our FREE Information Program here before August 25th, 2023.
Our interactive, live Q&A session will follow on Tuesday, August 29th, 2023 at 5:00 pm (EST) to answer any questions you may have about family mediation training.

Workshop on IPV/DV and Screening

During day two of their Annual Conference, the Ontario Association for Family Mediation (OAFM) will be hosting an interactive workshop that will focus on contemporary issues in screening, power imbalances and safety strategies.

Presented by Hilary Linton, Raheena Dahya and Michael Saini, this IPV/DV and Screening workshop will be delivered on September 23, 2023, from 9 am – 4:30 pm (EST). Click here for further details.

Our 2023 Family Mediation Training Schedule is Here!

The next cohort of our family mediation certificate program for mental health professionals starts in February 2023! (And for family lawyers in March 2023). For further details on our 2023 family mediation training schedule, click here to view our recent newsletter.

Enhanced Training Tech for 2022!

We are happy to release the first set of our animated, interactive quizzes!

As we migrate all our training to our new state-of-the-art Learning Management System, we are implementing varied technologies to keep our training current, interactive and interesting.

These engaging exercises are designed to help those interested in taking our training to know better if they are good candidates to become mediators, arbitrators, or parenting coordinators.

And they are intended to be fun!

Try them out and send us your feedback! This is *brand new* technology and we are excited to be among the first to launch it!!