The Florida Supreme Court certifies family mediators to mediate a variety of family disputes which may include divorce (dissolution of marriage), annulment, support unconnected with dissolution of marriage, paternity, child support, parenting plans for a minor children, proceedings for temporary or concurrent custody of minor children by extended family, adoption, proceedings for emancipation of a minor, declaratory judgment actions related to premarital, marital, or post-marital agreements, injunctions for protection against domestic, repeat, dating, and sexual violence, and stalking, and all proceedings for modification, enforcement, and civil contempt of these actions.
My Florida Mediator Family Mediation Certification Courses are approved by the Florida Supreme Court and the Association for Conflict Resolution. To view specific course information, please view the below listed courses.
Our Family Mediation Certification Courses meet the training requirement for certification as a Florida Supreme Court Mediator. Additional requirements for mediator certification can be found at: How to Become a Certified Mediator
Topics covered in this course include Mediation Skills, Effective Negotiation Techniques, Standards of Professional Conduct for Mediators, Florida Family Law, Financial Issues in Divorce, Court Process, Domestic Violence, Interpersonal Communication Skills, etc. All course participants are given the opportunity to participate in a number of mediation roleplays and will serve as a mediator in one roleplay and as a mediation participant in other roleplays.
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