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August 2018

Community Discussion of Kansas Stories of the Vietnam War

To commemorate 50 years since the escalation of U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War, Humanities Kansas is launching a multidimensional, statewide oral history project in partnership with the Library of Congress. Through oral histories and memoir, stories will be collected of Kansans as they share their experiences, both at home and abroad. At the end of the project, participating organizations will have the opportunity to submit their collected stories from veterans to the Library of Congress’s Veterans History Project in…

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September 2018

HOPE Fall Session 2018

September 24 at 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Kaufman House, 2515 College Ave.
North Newton, KS 67117 United States
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HOPE consists of four interactive, skill-building, educational classes designed to reduce the negative impact of divorce or separation conflict on children by helping parents learn healthy habits for more positive co-parenting. * Understand your child’s right and need to love both parents * Focus on your child’s needs instead of your own desires * Recognize relationship transitions * Develop effective communication skills * Minimize conflict & manage emotions * Create healthier boundaries while building trust & respect This class consists of four sessions:  September 24, October…

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Implementing Restorative Practices in Kansas Schools

Kaufman House, 2515 College Ave.
North Newton, KS 67117 United States
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Blending theory, strategy, and best practice from successful restorative practice programs, this course will give teachers, counselors, and administrators the technical proficiency in circle and conferencing models for successful use across the spectrum of behavior management needs. In this highly interactive training, you will learn: Specific steps/tips for getting restorative practices started in your class or school; How to design the most effective restorative practice program for your class or school; Basic components of a circle process; How to use…

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October 2018

Domestic Mediation Training

Kaufman House, 2515 College Ave.
North Newton, KS 67117 United States
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This training focuses on application of the mediation process to situations involving divorced or separating parents who cannot agree on issues related to child custody and parenting. Topics include... Divorce as family reorganization Impact of divorce on children Developmentally appropriate parenting plans Working with high conflict families Assessing for domestic violence and abuse Kansas divorce and mediation law Prerequisite: Core-level mediation training; completion of core co-mediations is not required. Register Now

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December 2018

CME/CEU Shorts 2018

Luyken Fine Arts Center, 300 East 27th Street
North Newton, KS 67117 United States
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Join KIPCOR for our signature annual CME/CEU Shorts Day. We explore critical professional practice issues in mediation and conflict resolution. The training day is prepared for mediators and those interested in conflict resolution-related practices. This year’s topics will include mental health, trauma, and culture as they affect mediation. Will be approved for 6 hours of continuing mediation education. Certificate of attendance for social work re-licensure. Register Now

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January 2019

Practical Skills for Managing Interpersonal Conflict (Core Mediation)

Kaufman House, 2515 College Ave.
North Newton, KS 67117 United States
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This unique and highly interactive training will... Equip participants with practical skills for managing interpersonal difference and disagreement. Address the impact of personal style, culture, and power on conflict. Provide technical proficiency in structured-dialogue and mediation techniques. Benefit both potential mediators and others interested in developing better skills for handling the difficult conversations we all face. Who should attend? Teachers, social workers, managers, business people, counselors, attorneys, court personnel, church leaders, laity—and anyone interested in learning more about solving interpersonal…

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