Contact:

Elizabeth Bonici
Assistant Director of Conflict Resolution Services

New York Center for Interpersonal Development
ebonici@nycid.org 
718-947-4036

 When

8:45 a.m. -to- 5:15 p.m. EDT

Monday, June 17, 2019                                        Tuesday, June 18, 2019                                   Wednesday, June 19, 2019                              Thursday, June 20, 2019                                    


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 ILR Conference Center @ Cornell University       570 Lexington Avenue                                       New York, NY  10022



 
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30 Hour Basic Mediation Training

June 2019

Training Days: Monday to Thursday

Training Dates:  June 17-20, 2019

New York Center for Interpersonal Development

is pleased to offer:

30 hr. Basic Mediation Training
presented by: Sequoia Stalder, Esq.

32 CLE Hours (Includes 4 CLE Ethics)

New York CLE Approved
For both newly admitted and experienced attorneys

Approved under Part 146 by the NYS Unified Court System’s Office of ADR Programs.
Please note that final placement on any court roster is at the discretion of the local Administrative Judge
and participation in a course that is either approved or pending approval does not guarantee placement
on a local court roster.

  • This is a comprehensive 30-Hour Basic Mediation Training that is designed to cover basic and advanced theory and skills of mediation.
  • After completing this training, individuals may be eligible to participate in a mediation apprenticeship and serve as a volunteer mediator with New York Center for Interpersonal Development (NYCID). Final acceptance to an apprenticeship or volunteer panel is at NYCID's discretion.
  • Upon completion, participants will be eligible to participate in NYCID's advanced mediation trainings and continuing education programs.
  • This training will address the role of law and lawyers in mediation and will prepare participants to mediate in both court-referred and community contexts.

Cost: $1350.00
(Credit card payments accepted)

Super Early Registration  fee is only $1150.00

you must use code BMT123 by April 18h, 2019  to pay only $1150.00

SuperEarly registration ends on April 18, 2019

Early registration ends on May 3, 2019  (pay only $1250.00)

Student Discount Available
Financial aid available to those who qualify

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Note: If paying via credit card, the charge will come from “PayPal NEWYORKCENT"

What Participants are Saying About Our Trainings:

  • "I loved this training. You covered so much in a short period of time and I really feel like I came away with a solid understanding of the mediation practice."
  • "This is an amazing class for those who are seeking to become mediators as it teaches a very logical and effective methodology. However, anyone could benefit from taking this course because it teaches how to improve communication with others and how to better interact with other people on a daily basis – in essence, how to become a better human being."
  • "The training was amazing.  It was so engaging and applicable to so many scenarios.  There was a great mix of students and the trainers really helped the class develop a rapport with each other."
  • "This mediation program challenged the preconceptions and intellect of everyone who attended. Countless 'ah ha' moments were witnessed as students learned about themselves, as much as the 'process' of mediation. My tuition, travel and hotel costs were only a fraction of the value I received."
  • "I would highly recommend this training for any attorney ~ whether you are interested in mediation or not.  The communication skills will make me a more effective fact gatherer from my clients, a more effective negotiator with my adversaries and a more effective advocate before tribunals of every kind.  For the practitioner ~ either as mediator or advocate ~ this training is indispensable."

About the Presenter:
Sequoia Stalder, Esq.

Sequoia Stalder is a mediator and attorney with over a decade of experience mediating complex and high-conflict cases.  Having mediated over a thousand cases, he has dedicated his career to the non-adversarial resolution of conflict and is a recognized expert in the mediation and conflict management field.  He is the founder of Stalder Mediation, a mediation firm in New York City.  Sequoia specializes in family & divorce mediation, business and workplace mediation, and organizational conflict consulting.

Sequoia also holds the positions of Senior Director of Conflict Resolution Services and Senior Director of the Mediation Training Institute at New York Center for Interpersonal Development (NYCID), the New York State Court-designated Mediation Center for Richmond County.  In these roles, he guides over 50 full-time staff and volunteer mediators and oversees all mediation programs and trainings, with an annual caseload of approximately 850 cases and 2500 case screenings.  

Sequoia is one of the most sought after mediation trainers in New York State, and his introductory and advanced mediation trainings are certified by the New York Courts to qualify judges, lawyers, therapists and other professionals to serve as court-referred mediators.  Both privately and through NYCID, Sequoia has trained and counseled thousands of professionals in mediation and conflict management techniques.

In addition, Sequoia regularly lectures and teaches in academic and public settings. He is an Adjunct Professor of negotiation and mediation at both Columbia University’s International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (ICCCR) and Columbia's Masters Program in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (NECR).  Sequoia is also on the training faculty for the Center for Understanding in Conflict.  He previously served as a member of the Mediator Ethics Advisory Committee for the New York State Courts.