The TCM Group have been hosting The National Forum for Mediation in Higher Education at The University of London: http://t.co/EO85JYNyA8
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The PMA 'brush up' their mediator skills
Facilitated by mediator and trainer, Clare Ramos, the day offered a chance to revisit the enormously successful TCM FAIR mediation model in a supportive environment and have an opportunity to participate in role playing the various stages of the mediation process. There was much case discussion and delegates from organisations including London Underground, British Airways and London Borough of Brent refreshed their skills and tools previously learnt as well as gained knowledge of some new, more advanced ones. Some of the topics covered included getting parties to mediate, reframing, dealing with strong emotions and overcoming impasse.
‘Very practical and useful. Excellent refresher and learnt new tips/skills.’
‘Safe environment and relaxed.’
‘Well paced with contributions from everyone.’
‘Excellent trainer – always keen to make the content relevant to our needs.’
As with all Professional Mediators’ Association events, the event offered a great opportunity for mediators to come together to share best practice and to provide support and supervision.
Book on the next PMA Event Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: An introduction to CBT and its applications for mediators (back by popular demand) click here.