Advanced Family Mediation – July 16, 17, 18 ,19, 2019
The Advanced Family Mediation Training is a 30-hour training fulfilling the Texas ADR Act requirements for mediators doing court-ordered family mediation and following the standards set by the Texas Mediation Trainers Roundtable. The sessions include family law, family dynamics, domestic violence, child development, ethical and practical considerations in a combined lecture and role play environment.
Basic Mediation Training is required prior to taking this course. (MCLE including 2- 1/2 hours of Ethics provided.)
DRC accepts the following forms of payments – Checks (Please fill out the mail in order form and return with check), VISA and MASTERCARD. Choose your training date, then click on the “Add to Cart” link to the right that corresponds to the training program.
Cancellations will be accepted up to 2 weeks prior to class. There will be a $50 administration charge deducted from each refund.
About the Trainer:
**Robert (Bob) Otey, Ph.D., Credentialed Advanced Mediator, Arbitrator, Bob’s professional career has included Teacher (Social Studies), athletic coach, private industry manager, school administrator, and university professor. Bob was the administrator of a separate program for middle school students experiencing emotional challenges in Austin Independent School District. In the 1970’s Bob developed the Drug Education Program at Dallas ISD and the Education Service Center Region 11 in Ft. Worth, Texas. He also directed the Secondary Alternative Education Program at Education Service Center Region 13 for several years. Bob went on to develop the Education Administration Program at Concordia University Texas in 2002. Bob served as Director of the program at Concordia for nine years. During his tenure as Director the program grew from a cohort of 20 students to a State-wide program with over 1,000 students. Bob has been mediating and training in mediation since the early 1990’s. He is treasurer of the Texas Mediation Trainers Roundtable (TMTR) and a member of the Texas Association of Mediators (TAM). Bob has taught the Basic Conflict course as an adjunct professor at St. Edward’s University in the Master of Human Services Conflict Resolution strand since 1990. Bob retired from Concordia in 2011 and devotes his time to training, mediating, and serving as an adjunct professor at St. Edward’s, Concordia, Huston-Tillotson, and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.