ACR/Creighton Sponsored Training: The Child Centered Continuum Model

The Child Centered Continuum Model:
When and How to Include Children in ADR Processes

The Child-Centred Continuum Model (CCCM) is a four-level skills-based approach that ensures children’s concerns will be included in mediation/ADR processes. Learn when and how to safely include children.

This training is for:

  • Lawyers,
  • Parenting coordinators,
  • Mediators,
  • Mental Health Practitioners,
  • Judges,
  • Legislators,
  • Policy Makers,
  • Educators. 

This exciting training opportunity is brought to you through a collaboration between the Werner Institute at Creighton University and the Association for Conflcit Resolution (ACR).

Participants of this seminar will receive a certificate of completion for 14 hours related to the course. We also currently received the authorization to provide continuing education for the following categories:

Continuing Mediation Education (CME):

  • Nebraska – 14 hours including 2 hours of ethics
  • Kansas – 14 Hours

Continuing Legal Education (CLE):

  • Nebraska – 13 Hours
  • Iowa – 13 Hours

When and Where:

The training takes place June 6 & 7 from 9am - 5pm on the Creighton Campus in Omaha, NE.

Registration Information:

Early registration for this event is: 

ACR Members: $450; Non-Members: $550.  
Early registration ends May 8.

Regular registration is: 

ACR Members: $550; Non-Members: $650

For Registration and Further Information: 


Lorri Yasenik Ph.D., RSW, CPT-S, RPT-S (Canada)
Lorri Yasenik is a Registered Family Mediator, Registered Parenting Coordinator-Arbitrator, Registered Clinical Social Worker, Registered Play Therapist and Child Specialist based in Calgary, Alberta Canada. Lorri provides child psychotherapy and play therapy and is the Co- Director of Rocky Mountain Play Therapy Institute. She delivers national and international training related to children’s issues and specialized child and play therapies. Her doctorate dissertation focused on “Including the Voices of Children of Separation and Divorce in the Legal System”.

Jon Graham B.A (Psych), B.Com, LLB, Grad Dip Family Dispute Res (Australia)
Jon Graham is a Registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (Family Mediator) based in Sydney Australia. Jon has qualifications in law, psychology and commerce as well as post- graduate qualifications in Family Mediation. Jon combines over 20 years of clinical experience with families affected by separation and divorce with a substantial training calendar across Australia. Jon is the Clinical Director of the Institute of Specialist Dispute Resolution, a provider of tailored family dispute resolution processes for families presenting with complex issues.  The Institute also provides training and clinical supervision for mediators in Australia.

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