This 3 hour CPD session facilitated by Sarah Welsh (please see biography below) will help participants to understand reframing, identify how to reframe, practice reframing and reflect on practice.
- Introduction to reframing
- Why we use it
- What are the benefits of reframing?
- When not to use it
- Skills Practice
This CPD is suitable for new and experienced mediators in any mediation discipline
Edinburgh - Tuesday 25th April 2017, 10am - 1pm, Scottish Mediation, 18 York place edinburgh EH1 3EP
Glasgow - Tuesday 2nd may 2017, 1pm - 4pm, SCVO Brunswick House, 51 Wilson Street, Glasgow, G1 1UZ
Aberdeen - Wednseday 10th may 2017, 1pm - 4pm, Empire House, 117 Grandholm Drive, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen AB22 8AE (a light lunch will be provided in Aberdeen, curtesy of Epmire HR who are kindly sponsoring the event)
Costs: £25 SMN Members, £50 Non-Members (Organisational members can send up to 2 people at member rates)
Bring a Friend: SMN members are invited to bring a friend along to any of the above CPD and for your friend to enjoy member rates for the event. If they are subsequently interested in joining the Network there will be discounts available for that too.
Biography – Sarah Welsh
Sarah Welsh has been a practicing Family Mediator in Scotland for over 25 years. She is a supervisor and Tutor on the Relationship Scotland Certificate in Mediation (CFMA) course and currently works as a community mediator with Falkirk Council. Running alongside her mediation she has been a Project Manager within the voluntary sector working in partnership with NHS Forth Valley and Lanarkshire. This work focused on Peer Education Development and Training and Health Improvement in a generic field. She has worked mainly with young people all her professional life and never tires of this. Her mantra is ‘What young people need is – a good listening to!!’ Sarah has wide experience in Health and Wellbeing Training.