2 -weeks (20 academic credit hours)
Live Session Schedule: Lectures Tuesdays 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM EST, role play sessions (mandatory), Wednesdays 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EST.
Because intergenerational mediation is not as well known to the public as family mediation, crafting a marketing plan for a new business is essential. Learn how to build a practice and promote your services in the new and growing field.
Identify services that use Intergenerational mediation and other possible referral sources. Organizing and getting ready for practice and clients. Drafting a multi-party Agreement to Mediate, marketing your experience and training.
Reflecting-in-action and reflection-on-action, awareness of our own bias’, paradigms, patterns when responding to issues related to developmental stage, aging concerns, and health worries. Continue to build an Insight focused mediation practice. Applying curiosity to explore problem saturated stories (crisis) and to create plans for age and health related dilemmas (prevention).