Established in 1978, the New Jersey Mental Health Players Program (NJMHP), celebrating its 34th year, is the longest-running mental health education program in New Jersey. NJMHP provides interactive, educational sessions which depict realistic scenarios involving mental health issues. The sessions provide audiences with a dynamic way to receive basic education about mental illness and become [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Mediation Training'
New Jersey Mental Health Players To Provide Interactive Session At NJAPM’s Upcoming Estate And Elder Mediation Training Program
March 1st, 2012 · 1 Comment
First Full-Day Training in Estate and Elder Mediation Offered in New Jersey: “Keeping the Peace Through Elder Mediation”
November 28th, 2011 · No Comments
Keeping the Peace Through Elder Mediation Training Schedule Registration and Breakfast 1. Introduction (Donald Vanarelli) Elder Mediation in New Jersey NJAPM Special Interest Section Goals of Training Session Housekeeping items 2. “Setting the Stage” (Theater Group/Gabrielle Strich/Benni Versaci) 3. What is Elder Mediation? (Donald Vanarelli) Goals of Elder Mediation Overview of Presenting Issues in Elder [...]
June 21st, 2011 · No Comments
(The following is part of a discussion, taken from a listserv, or electronic bulletin board, maintained by the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators.) Question: I am a new mediator. I am also finding the ‘equal balance of power’ issue challenging. … I have been wondering if balance of power is even possible … if [...]
November 13th, 2009 · No Comments
The Elder Mediation Center of New Jersey (EMC-NJ), a collaborative alliance of elder law mediators / attorneys, Tony Serra, Nina Weiss (Website: SerraWeiss) and Donald D. Vanarelli (Website: http://www.dvanarelli.com), and geriatric care manager Marcie Cooper (Website: http://marciecoopermsw.com), recently held a training session in the specialized field of elder mediation. The training was held on November [...]
The ABA Says That Mediation Jobs Are Growing In The Economic Downturn. I Say The Opposite Is True. What Do You Think?
September 16th, 2009 · No Comments
A recent article in the August 2009 edition of the American Bar Association (ABA) Journal (found here) identified mediation as a legal practice area that is thriving in these recessionary times. The article stated that businesses and private individuals seeking to avoid the high cost of litigation in the present economic downturn have turned to [...]