Rhode Island Mediators Association
"Getting Beyond Impasse"
Wed. Nov. 30, 2016
An Exploration of ideas and approaches for dealing with impasse in mediation.
Christine W. Ariel, Esquire
Parties come to mediation because they find themselves stuck in a conflict with another or others. Mediators seek to assist parties to create solutions.
What can we do as mediators to help the parties move around or through impasse? A panel of experienced mediators will present their ideas and approaches for dealing with impasse, and will invite workshop participants to share what has and has not worked in helping parties to find a pathway beyond impasse.
Look for Next * June, 2017
RIMA 24 Hour Divorce Mediation Training:
Divorce Mediation skills training and development in a supervised setting.
This twenty-four (24) hour skills development training course is intended to provide mediators who have already completed basic mediation skills training with an understanding of the contexts in which family conflict arises, the various legal and practical issues in play when families disintegrate, and with in-depth training in the skills that a mediator might employ to help the divorcing parties resolve their differences.
Tuesday September 13, 2016 5:30-8:00 P.M.
Location: Davenport's Restaurant,
Thank you to those who joined us at This Annual "Kick-Off” event. Your presence and participation helped make it an enjoyable and successful event.
We hope you enjoyed the time and conversation with us.
Amazing Evening - We'll be Back Next Year!
CELEBRATE MEDIATION RI 2016
This is our sixth annual "CELEBRATE" event and was the first of its kind in bringing together RI Mediators Association members, judges, interested colleagues and friends, and invited government, business and non-profit interests to celebrate the "Advancement of Mediation in Rhode Island".
This year's theme:
"CALLING or CAREER: The Aims of Mediation in the 21st Century"
He is the producer of the compelling series "This I Believe – Rhode Island", which broadcasts weekly on RI Public Radio. The series is modeled on the national "This I Believe Project".
Join us for this compelling conversation.
Wednesday, April 06, 2016
An Explorative View of the Importance and Perception of "Good Faith" in Mediation.
Prof. Bruce I. Kogan, Esq. Mediator and Professor of Law, Roger Williams University School of Law
James T. Murphy, Esq.
Join us as Bruce and Jim engage in a conversation about good faith in mediation with Jim speaking from his litigator perspective and Bruce from his mediator perspective.
When; Wednesday, April 06, 2016 5:30 PM
(Registration Opens March 1, 2016)
Join us for this special discussion of mediation. This is expected to be informative and almost certainly very popular.
2.0 MCLE Credits
Feb. workshop SOLD OUT
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
"Understanding Social Security"
An Exploration of Issues and Concerns around Social Security and Divorce.
-* Nov. Workshop SOLD OUT *-
An Exploration of Mediation in Civil Litigation Matters.
He will be sharing his views and experiences on creating a robust mediation practice focused on civil litigation cases.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015