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Peer Mediation Resources

Image Peer Mediation Resources We have compiled a list of peer mediation resources that will help you design, implement and evaluate a peer mediation program. Please add your resources in the comment area below. Also, see our introduction to peer mediation in schools  and our blogs which are great to share with your social media followers (and students) on trust , fighting fair and active listening . Be sure to try out our case manager for free, which will allow you to manage your entire peer mediation program, including intake of cases, management of client information, digitized agreements and more. Read about the best case manager . Needs Assessment: Creating a positive school environment by Safe and Responsive Schools: Peer Mediation Fact Sheet Managing School Conflict: the Peer Mediation Approach by CFCJ . Program Design: Peer Mediation in the UK: A Guide for Schools Introduction to Peer Mediation  Youth in Action: Want to Resolve a Dispute?

How to Rebuild Trust and Trust Issues

Image Family Fights & Fighting Fair: How to Peacefully Resolve Conflict  and Lynda Martens is the Wabisabi Therapist and a contributor to the Mediate to Go Blog . Please read her insights about trust, and how to rebuild trust. Also, please see our other blog on the Definition of Trust. Trust is one of the fundamental elements in a relationship.  We cannot really be close to someone if we can’t trust them.  And if you are close to someone you  know you cannot trust…ask yourself why . This blog is for those of you who have messed up…made a mistake…hurt somebody…damaged the trust someone had in you.  It is within your power to earn that trust back. Free Trial: Case Management, Digitized Agreements, Secure Messaging Note that I said earn.  You cannot demand trust.  It must be earned, and given freely.  There is no big sign that declares someone trustworthy or not.  Someone decides…or not…to place their trust in you.