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Forum: Communications in ADR July 2021
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- 1 year, 6 months ago
Forum: High Conflict Mediation, January 2022
Please use this forum topic to introduce yourself no later than 2 days before the start of the course. Please write a short paragraph (200 words) introducing yourself (what would you like to share with your classmates?). Include your name, job, and something positive that has happened for you in the last 2 months. Then, take some time to read the introductions from your future classmates. By doing this we can help create a more safe and collegial environment for online learning. Self-reflection is an essential aspect of ethical and trauma-informed practice. Discuss at least three of the self-reflection questions below. Self-reflections should be short (300-500 words) and students should try to find time to read classmates’ posts.
- What led you to take this course?
- Prior to starting this course, how well did you understand trauma informed practice (please rate on a scale of one to ten: one being no knowledge and ten being an in-depth understanding)? After reading the course manual section on trauma, describe how your understanding has changed (or not, and why not).
- Please pick two ideas that have stood out to you and how they have affected your understanding about high conflict mediation.
- What might be difficult for you when working in high conflict?
- What will you do for self-care or how might you give yourself some compassion when learning about potentially difficult topics during this course?
- 1 year ago
National Introductory Mediation January 2022
Complete your Introduction Forum Post By Sunday, January 23, 2022
- 11 months, 1 week ago
Student Forum for High Conflict Mediation
Hello, My name is Jocelyn. I am the lead author and designer of this course. I hope you enjoy this course as much as I have enjoyed writing it! Please use this forum topic to introduce yourself by January 9, 2021 (2 days before the start of the course). Then, take some time to read the introductions from your future classmates. By doing this we can help create a more safe and collegial environment for online learning. General Instructions: Please write a short paragraph (200 words) introducing yourself (what would like to share with your classmates?). Include your name, job, and something positive that has happened for you in the last 2 months. Later, you can use this forum to connect with your classmates.
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