APFM Webinar Series

Mediation & DV

presented by Darcia Tudor

Thursday, June 9, 2022

1:00 PM – 2:30 PM Eastern (10:00-11:30 AM Pacific)

Non-Member Registration

 

Details Price Qty
Non-Members - June 9 webinar $50.00 (USD)  

 

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About the Webinar

For many years in cases involving domestic violence, advocates for the abused party argued against mediation of disputes between the perpetrator and the abused party. Over time, support has grown to support using mediation in certain cases in which the violence has not been severe, and the abused party wants to mediate. This can be an option only if the mediator understands the dynamics of domestic violence and of child abuse, and evaluates each case to ensure the integrity of the process and the safety of the participants. This webinar will present the best practices for evaluating and determining whether a case is appropriate for mediation when domestic violence is involved, and the protocols to maintain safety, equal bargaining power, and self-determination in the process.

About Darcia Tudor

Darcia Tudor

Darcia Tudor, JD, MHP, CWM, is a family law mediator, licensed attorney, and therapist. She has mediated family law cases since 1998. She has a Masters in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis on child development, family systems, psychological assessments, and resiliency in children post-divorce. Her practice emphasizes Advanced Training for Mediators and Therapists, Executive Coaching for Professional Women, and Therapeutic Supervision for Mental Health Professionals. She has received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Seattle University Law School and the Loren Miller Bar Association Lifetime Achievement Award.

Time and Place

Thursday, June 9, 2022
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM Eastern (10:00-11:30 AM Pacific)

Cost

Free for APFM Members, $50 for Non-Members.

More Information about the Webinar

Only APFM members and paid attendees will receive an email with instructions on how to log into the webinar, to be held using the services of zoom.us. If you are uncertain about the status of your APFM membership, log into the APFM website to check it. Help logging in is available here: https://apfmnet.org/website-help/.

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