On January 24, 2004 at 1 PM MCC will present a "Mediation Process" workshop at The Center. Registration is open, and can be accessed through their website. On February 28, 2024 also at 1 PM MCC will present "Mediation for NonMediators" at OLLI. Registration is can be accessed through their website. … [Read More...] about Curious about what mediation is? MCC sponsors two workshops to introduce the mediation process
Co–Parenting: Making It Work
is a four-hour educational program for anyone serving as a parental figure. In most cases, co-parenting refers to raising children in separate homes because the parents have separated or divorced, and, while no longer living together, they continue to be involved in parenting their children. The Co-Parenting class is conducted by experienced family mediators or trainers certified by the Supreme Court of Virginia.
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All our Mediators have extensive training and are certified by the Virginia Supreme Court.
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The Mediation Center of Charlottesville (MCC) provides a full range of dispute resolution services, including mediation, workshops, mediator training, and classes on parenting children of divorce or separation. Most fees are based on clients’ incomes. Making a financial donation to MCC is your opportunity to help resolve conflict, increase understanding, improve communication, and preserve relationships in our community. Learn more about supporting mediation in our community…
Starting January 17, 2024, MCC's new Executive Director (Taylor Frome) will be leading a 6-part series of community conversations to explore the forces that lead to hate and violent extremism. Building on a program piloted in Rhode Island (https://www.courageousri.com/ ) we will hold weekly meetings at The Center (at Belvedere) on the following topics: Preventing Violent Extremism High Conflict--and how we can dial it down Conflict … [Read More...] about MCC sponsors workshop–Hate Crimes and Extremism- What can we do about it?