Town Hall Series 2021: Mediator’s Search For Meaning 2.0 — The Family Mediator’s Mind, Heart, And Soul

Experienced professional family mediation trainers worldwide unite for this enlightening three-part APFM Town Hall exploration of the family mediator’s inner self, our beliefs about foundational mediation issues, and the principles that inspire our work in a post-pandemic world. We will explore:

  • Our Collective Mission
  • Our Thought Process
  • Our Guiding Values And Goals
  • Our Roles And Responsibilities
  • How Mind, Heart, And Soul May Or May Not Align With  Our Models, Techniques, And Strategies

 

A FREE, INTERACTIVE TOWN HALL SERIES

Each Town Hall is 90 minutes long.

Part I
THE MIND OF THE MEDIATOR
How we think and act as mediators

June 17, 2021
9 AM Pacific / 12 Noon Eastern

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Part II
THE HEART OF THE MEDIATOR
Who we are and how we feel as mediators

July 15, 2021
9 AM Pacific / 12 Noon Eastern

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Part III
THE SOUL OF THE MEDIATOR
What we believe and why we choose to mediate

August 19, 2021
9 AM Pacific / 12 Noon Eastern

APFM Town Halls 2021

Participation is Free; Registration is Required

To register for one or more of these 90-minute online Town Halls, simply complete and submit the registration form below.

You will receive information on how to attend and the Zoom link the week of the Town Hall.

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Recordings

Each Town Hall will be recorded and available within approximately one week of the live event.

Call for Questions

Your extraordinary questions will shape each Town Hall presentation.

Please submit your questions to [email protected] no later than May 31, 2021.

Looking for the 2020 Town Halls? Visit the 2020 Town Hall page where you can also find the link to obtain an attendance certificate after viewing any of 2020 Town Halls.

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