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EVENTS

Mediation Training for Co-Living Communities with Mark Stein

  • June 25, 2022
  • 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Virtual
  • 18

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Thrive Co-Living Communities and Thrive Mediation are excited to announce our first mediation training session for co-living communities. Facilitated by Mark Stein, a former mediator and the founder and executive director of Thrive Co-Living Communities. In this session, Stein will introduce the principles of mediation as a tool for resolving disputes within co-living communities, and topics may include:

- a step-by-step analysis of the mediation process

- when to mediate yourself or call in an outside mediator

- the basic of setting up an in-house mediation program for a co-living community

Through this training, attendees will learn the necessary skills for mediating low-level conflicts in their own co-living spaces, within their families and workplaces, or in other community groups.

The first Thrive Mediation training session will take place on Saturday, June 25th  from 7:00 AM to 2:00 PM EST. A second, half-day session will follow at a to-be-determined date based on the schedule of the first session's participants. All events are virtual and conducted via Zoom.

The cost for this event is $100/per person for both sessions. Once registered, participants will receive a confirmation with the Zoom link for the session. Please direct any questions to libbyk@thrivecolivingcommunities.org


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Questions or Feedback is welcome! Address comments to:

 Mark Stein, Executive Director

 support@ThriveColivingCommunities.org


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