2013 Summer Institute on Aging
2013 Summer Institute on Aging ~ Family Decision Making and the Use of Mediation Skills
August 5-9th from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Loyola University , Chicago
Lewis Towers, Regents Hall; 16th floor ~ 111 E Pearson (next to Hershey’s store)
A week long program consisting of two sessions:
- Basic Mediation Skills Training to provide the basic techniques needed to mediate disputes used participants in their current occupations.
- Elder Mediation Skills Training to be applied to family decision making through a facilitative mediation process.
Facilitative mediation can help in many difficult family situations.
Facilitative mediation can assist a family work together to resolve the difficult issues that arise over the course of a family's changing life stages to preserve relationships and yet make the challenging decisions they face.
Zena Zumeta, J.D. and Susan Butterwick, J.D.
Mediation Training and Consultation Institute, Ann Arbor, MI
Representation from the Center for Conflict Resolution Chicago
Marcia Spira, Ph.D. LCSW; Loyola University School of Social Work Institute on Aging,
Intergenerational Study and Practice
$1000 ~ General Admission / $800 (by June 15th Registration)
$700 ~ Alumni, faculty, and field instructors
Registration information coming soon!