SADR Seminar: Mediation in Domestic Intimate Partner Abuse (DIPA) Cases

DVCC, Project Harmony and The Sarpy Center Present:  

Mediation in Domestic Intimate Partner Abuse (DIPA) Cases:  The Ethical Responsibility of Providers

Thursday July 29, 2010

 CLE's,  CEU's & CME's approved for 7.0 hours (3 DIPA, 2 Ethics) 
a Certificate of Attendance will be provided  

Mediation is growing in use and gaining a positive reputation throughout the U.S.  In
Nebraska, mediation is used in many divorce and paternity cases and has gained support among professional disciplines. Historically, mediation is viewed by some professionals as inappropriate when there is a history of intimate partner
abuse. Under the Nebraska Parenting Act, most divorcing and separating
parents with a history of abuse who do not agree upon a plan for parenting are required to utilize an alternative dispute resolution process known as SADR.  This process differs from standard mediation.  The Sarpy Mediation and Family Services Center in partnership with the Domestic Violence Coordinating Council and Project Harmony invite you to attend a seminar on this topic to dispel misconceptions, voice concerns and promote constructive discussion.

Where: UNO Thompson Alumni Center (6705 Dodge St. Omaha, NE)
Time: 7:45am - 5:00pm (a continental breakfast and lunch will be provided)
Cost:  $75.00 if paid prior to July 15, 2010, and $85.00 after July 15, 2010    [Domestic Violence Advocates sponsorship pricing $55.00]
Food:  Breakfast, Lunch, Drinks and Snacks provided

Table/Booth space is available:  6 ft table with tablecloth, skirt and chairs, $100.00 for profits and
no charge for 501-C3/not for profits.
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Registration Info: Contact Stephanie Shaul at (402) 706-8870 or
Event Presentation Information:  Contact Jim Shaul at (402) 686-6693 or

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