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Youth in Mediation

Instructor: Tamara Fackrell. School: Brigham Young University. Date: Winter 2005. Description: Learn advanced mediation concepts and use your mediation talents with at-risk youth. The Youth in Mediation Class is a program where students are trained and receive a certificate for Parent-Teen and Victim Offender mediation. The students augment their basic mediation skills by participating in one-on- one instructor feedback, video tape review, lecture, role plays, and activities. The students learn many advanced skills about mediating with youth such as co-mediation, questioning, power imbalance, future focus, and relationship-based mediation techniques followed by an opportunity to apply the skills learned in a 39-hour practicum. With flexible practicum hours students can tailor projects to fit their schedules.

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