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Interested in Mediation? Join us at one of our 2017 Trainings!

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The Mandell Gisnet Center is pleased to announce our Spring and Summer 2017 trainings! We currently offer intensive 32-hour Core Mediation Skills Training and Advance Mediation courses to the public.  These courses teach you how to help others work through conflicts. Attendees learn how to facilitate respectful communication, mutual understanding, and cooperative problem solving between: ■ Neighbors ■ Landlords and Tenants ■ Family Members ■...
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32-Hour Core Mediation Training: Summer 2016

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May 12 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm This intensive 32-hour Core Mediation Skills Training will teach you how to help others work through conflicts. You will learn to facilitate respectful communication, mutual understanding, and cooperative problem solving between: ■ Neighbors ■ Landlords and Tenants ■ Family Members ■ Coworkers ■ Time & Place: Thursday Evenings May 12th- June 9th...
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32-Hour Core Mediation Training: Spring 2016

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February 9 @ 6:30 pm - April 12 @ 9:30 pm This intensive 32-hour Core Mediation Skills Training will teach you how to help others work through conflicts. You will learn to facilitate respectful communication, mutual understanding, and cooperative problem solving between: ■ Neighbors ■ Landlords and Tenants ■ Family Members ■ Coworkers and Managers ■ Time & Place: Tuesday...
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MGC’s Spotlight Community Member- Ryon Hoffmann, Veteran’s Transition Center

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A Q&A Session with the Spotlight Community Member of the Month! Mandell Gisnet Center’s Spotlight Community Member for the month of November is Ryan Hoffmann, Case Manager at the Veteran’s Transition Center (VTC) located at Martinez Hall in Marina, CA.   At VTC Ryon provides week to week case management services, teaches life skills workshops, finds substance abuse counseling and, in...
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Communities Matter with The NEIGHBOR Project

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The NEIGHBOR Project is part of a collaboration of community agencies including the Monterey County Superior Court, Count of the City of Monterey, City of Salinas, Monterey County Bar Association, Global Majority and California Rural Legal Assistance. The NEIGHBOR Project is an alternative to the costs of courts, police involvement and stresses of ongoing conflict. Recently, a criminal case was...
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Profile of a Mediator

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Ann ClarkJob PositionIf ever there was a time that could shape people into mediators it was the tumultuous decades of the 60's and 70's. From the Vietnam War and civil rights movement to various political dilemmas, these years were rife with conflict. Ann Clarke grew up in the midst of this all and from a very early age, she recalls...
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