Conflict Transformation and Mediation from a Relational Approach: Know Thyself and Conflict Systems

40-Hour Fundamental Mediation & Conflict Transformation Skills Training led by Louise Phipps Senft and the Baltimore Mediation team. This is a nationally approved certificated mediation training that will also include an in-depth focus on sources of conflict, a systems approach and unitive triangling. 

Focused on Sources of Conflict & A Systems Approach

Trainer: Louise Phipps Senft, Esq.

Dates: Monday through Friday, October 23-27, 2017 (9:00 AM – 5:00 PM)

Location: The Inn at the Colonnade, 4 West University Parkway, Baltimore, MD 21210

Click here to register For more information, call our office at (443) 524-0833 or send us an email at

Description:  This is a certificated 40-hour mediation training, part of our Mediation Core Curriculum designed to teach you everything you need to know to start mediating, either professionally or for daily use and practice. We’ll focus on mediation, conflict transformation and resolution theory and skills, with an emphasis on fostering self-awareness to reduce personal reactivity, as well as reflection and active listening techniques to facilitate communication. The course emphasizes the following:

  • Understanding the Theory and Practice of Mediation, as Mediators
  • Self-Awareness Inventory and Development
  • Conflict Intervention Skills Necessary to Mediate
  • Communication Skills and Transformation “How-To’s”
  • Individual Feedback from Trainers, addressing Participants’ Specific Strengths and Areas for Improvement
  • Mastering and Understanding of Oneself as the Conflict Intervener
  • Understanding the Motivations of Personality in Conflict
  • Working with the Enneagram Personality Typology and Reducing Personal Reactivity
  • Working Effectively with Counsel and Other Representatives
  • Mastering the Skills of  the “little m” mediator for Everyday Conflict Management
  • Understanding the transformative mediation process and mediator’s role
  • Hands-on skills for conflict and conflict transformation how-to

What’s Included: A 40-hour certificated course held over a period of five consecutive days (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday), training manual and materials.

A certificate noting 40 hours of attendance will be provided at the end of training. It may be used to apply for state circuit court rosters of approved mediators and for continuing education credits from the participant’s accrediting institution.

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