We are thrilled that you are interested in peer mediation. Here you will find a detailed explanation of peer mediation and links to further information and resources about conflict resolution. Feel free to contact Anya McDavitt, Director of Youth Programs, with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-232-0002.
As parents, you surely encounter numerous conflicts in your own lives. If you’re interested in avoiding court arbitration, you can bring your conflict to mediators by calling NSCMC at 978-232-1212 or email@example.com.
If you want to become a trained mediator or just want to develop your conflict resolution skills, we also offer basic mediation training for adults and parent/child mediation training. Click here to learn more.
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Resources learn more about mediation and conflict resolution in the world:
GENERAL INFORMATION & RESOURCES
COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY MEDIATION & CONFLICT RESOLUTION PROGRAMS
Conflict Resolution in Higher Education
Harvard Law School Mediation Program
Harvard Program on Negotiation
Mediation at MIT
University of Massachusetts Boston Programs on Dispute Resolution
Woodbury College Program on Mediation