Mediation Through a Trauma Informed Lens

Violence against women (and children) reprehensibly continues as a world epidemic.

As a mediator or conflict resolution practitioner, one must  have a basic and clear understanding of how violence embeds in a human being’s psyche as trauma. Understanding how that trauma must be dealt with prior to having any capacity to mediate or learn about conflict resolution is critical. This introductory course will discuss that process and whether women who have suffered the trauma of violence and abuse can capably mediate.

This on demand, non-interactive Introductory Course is for 2 credit hours and fulfills the CME required credit hours of Violence Against Women for mediators in Florida.

How to access the course

All you have to do is click on the PayPal button and we will send you a link with a password to immediately access the video.  Your password is good for two (2) weeks. After you have viewed the video, please sign and date the Affirmation Form that you viewed it and send it back using the email address on the form. We will keep the form for any future reference or proof needed.

Prabha Sankaranarayan
Prabha Sankaranarayan

Mediator and Trauma Specialist, currently serving as the President and CEO of Mediators Beyond Borders International. Mediators Beyond Borders International

Mary Jo Harwood
Mary Jo Harwood

Mary Jo is a community mediator and trauma and conflict management specialist with over 30 years of working with trauma and building conflict competent communities. She is the owner of Resilience Resource, LLC. Resilience Resource, LLC

99.00 US Dollars Or other foreign currency equivalent at current rates