Mediator Skills Refresher (AZTEC) | ADR Bureau

Please Join Us!

Mediator Skills Refresher: Back to the Basics

Taught by Cynthia Olson

Tuesday, April 30, 2019 | 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Aztec, New Mexico

pre-requisite: a 40 hour beginning mediation class

Whether you have just finished your beginning class or have mediated a little or a lot, please join us for a day of review and practice.

We invite you to “refresh” some of the elemental concepts and skills key to effective mediation practice.

We will explore neutrality, interventions and the skills of listening, acknowledging, questioning and reframing.

  1. Introductions, Agenda, Course Goals, Your Goals
  2. Mastering the Basics (develop objective presence, recognize opportunities for movement and improve and use your skills)
  3. Peer Coaching Basics
  4. Practice, Practice, Practice
  5. Check-in and Re-set for Practice Improvement
  6. Final Words, Certificates

Sponsored by

Alternative Dispute Resolution Bureau

NM General Services Dept. / Risk Management Division

1100 St. Francis Drive, #2073 / PO Box 6850

Santa Fe, NM 87502



*New* Job Opening: Mediation Coordinator

The NM ADR Bureau is excited to share a job posting for those passionate about workplace conflict resolution.

Job Title Mediation Coordinator (GSD #10101905)
Job ID 104905
Location Santa Fe
Posting End Date 03/21/2019
Agency General Services Department
Full/Part Time Full-Time
Regular/Temporary Regular – PERM for State
Job Posting Type Standard Requisition


Click Here to Apply for Mediation Coordinator (GSD #10101905)

Letter from the NMMA President

It is my honor and privilege to serve as the Association President for 2018. I appreciate the opportunity to “make a difference” in New Mexico Mediation Associations future.

We are an Association of Volunteers that belongs to a growing, vibrant process that has existed since the early days of civilization. As I look at the Association Mission: The New Mexico Mediation Association was created to promote the concept of mediation as a method of resolving disputes, educate the general public regarding the benefits of mediation and to provide a network of information exchange for the mediation community in the State of New Mexico.” I envision an Association that is active, committed and successful in achieving what the founders set out to do.

I want to promote a Statewide Association with active membership representing and participating no matter where in this wonderful state we call home. I envision an Association that gives current members a purpose to belong, past members a reason to recommit to membership and new mediators the reasons to want to belong because we have benefits that meet and encourage members to want to belong and participate. WE must meet the needs of our membership!!

We have a committed, dedicated and focused board that has taken on the tasks of growing membership, creating education opportunities of membership that meets their needs, working with decision makers in government bodies to expand understanding, to improve communication both inside and outside the organization by developing regional communication contact points and improving the website and building content driven materials that serve the purpose of meeting our Mission above.

I hope you will actively join us in this exciting time of challenge and opportunity.

““We all need to believe in what we are doing.” Alan D. Gilmor

Until next time ……… Ted Ramirez, NMMA President