UPDATE: Due to the global spread of the Corona virus, we have to postpone the Final Conference of the AMICABLE Project. The three workshops and the Supervision will take place. The new date for the AMICABLE Final Conferece is the 11th-12th June 2021.
Please note that the other National Seminars in Spain, Poland and Italy will also be postponed.
The MiKK Ongoing Training is aimed at international mediators and dispute resolution practitioners, lawyers, judges and guardians ad litem with an interest in intercultural, cross-border mediation who wish to deepen their knowledge and/or acquire new skills in this field. The may also be of interest to participants from other related disciplines. This year the Ongoing Training comprises three individual workshops with international trainers and supervision. For MiKK mediators, each of the three workshops (and the supervision session) counts as 6 credit points.
Participants may register for any number of workshops. A discount applies for registering for all 3 workshops. An Early Bird Discount applies for seminars for registrations received before 1st of August 2020 (see below).
Training Workshops & Supervision:
Workshop 1: Friday, 6th Nov 2020
Online Mediation in International Family Disputes
Dr. Eva Schwittek, Mediator, notary and attorney at RITTERSHAUS Rechtsanwälte
Christian von Baumbach, Mediator and communication consultant, specialized in Intercultural Mediation
Workshop 2: Saturday, 7th Nov 2020
Understanding Parental Alienation: Learning to cope, helping to heal
Karen Woodall, Trans-Generational psychotherapist, lead therapist Family Separation Clinic
Nick Woodall, family separation and reunification practitioner, parental alienation specialist
Workshop32: Sunday, 8th Nov 2020
Intercultural Mediation – the tension between individualist and collectivist value orientations.
Söhret Gök, Cross-Border Mediator, Trainer, Lawyer
Supervision: Monday, 9th Nov 2020
Catharina Laverty, Mediator, Supervisor (DGSv), Coach, MiKK e.V.
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