This playlist features video demonstrations (and some actual footage) of mediation services. These videos are primarily gathered from experienced trainers and community mediation centers desiring to provide educational and informative introductions to the mediation process. There are many different mediation frameworks, styles, and techniques. If you will be participating in mediation, please know your personal experience may vary based on the preferred practices of the local community mediation center, your own mediator(s)' approach, the stated preferences of those involved, and the dynamic demands of your specific the situation. Your local community mediation center can provide more information about what to expect during mediation. For each video demonstration, websites (where available) and service areas are included in the video descriptions so viewers can find out more about the featured program.
This playlist contains a collection of videos highlighting various community mediation programs. Community mediation centers serve their communities by providing constructive services for those experiencing conflict. They do this through programming ranging from traditional neighbor-to-neighbor mediation services to innovative applications of conflict engagement, transformation, and resolution practices and related educational and training services. These videos shine a light on the critical, innovative, and impact-filled work mediation centers perform within their communities. Websites (where available) and service areas are included in each of the video descriptions so viewers can find out more about the featured program.
This playlist contains a collection of videos of lengthier, generally formal interviews and presentations highlighting community mediation. Featuring academics, community mediation program staff and volunteers, and others familiar with the field, these videos offer an advanced educational introduction and exploration of the community mediation movement. Interview and presentation notes, including related conference or course information, program service areas, and any related websites are included in each of the video descriptions so viewers can find out more about the presenter(s) and/or featured program(s).