Training / May 19th 2017
PRACTICAL WORKSHOP: Narrative Practice in Mediation, Conflict Analysis & Conflict Resolution
This training, in English, will be simultaneously translated into French and Spanish
8h30 - 12h00 Group 1: salle Aspen
13h30 - 17h00 Group 2: salle Aspen
May 19 2017, two half-days (morning or afternoon, 3,5 hours each)
Gerald Monk is a professor in the Department Counseling and School Psychology at San Diego State University in San Diego.
He is the co-author of the foundational text on Narrative Mediation: A New Approach to Conflict Resolution (Monk and Winsdale, 2000) that has popularized and promoted this new style of mediation that identifies the clashes of culture as central to the understanding of conflict analysis and conflict resolution.
The training workshop will allow participants to learn the main features of the narrative approach in mediation and conflict resolution.
This training will include both theoretical foundations and practical illustrations and the workshop will also include video clips and experiential activities.
This content has been updated on 25 June 2017 at 16 h 28 min.