Testimonials from Previous Students

I took [the] training last year and have since added divorce mediation to my law practice (which was also a departure from my six years as a corporate lawyer). Not only did I recoup the cost of the class, but as others have suggested, I found the approaches helpful generally in other areas of practice. The materials have continued to help me. The instructors were tremendous and inspiring. Further, I made some very good friends from the class.

Morghan Leia Richardson, Esq.

Divorce Mediator and Attorney

I found the training to be extremely useful. Going in, I had no idea what mediation was actually all about and how it differed from the negotiation I had been doing for years. Now, I not only know the difference but also see how to use that alternative approach, even in a classic litigation context, to reach a result the clients can live with — something which is particularly critical when there are custodial issues. The instruction from Steve and Ken (and the guest instructors) is solid and useful. I recommend the course even if you never intend to mediate because the techniques you will learn are universal.

Leonard G. Florescue


My Basic Training with the Center for Mediation & Training was the best possible start to my career as a mediator. I was nervous about my first few mediations, but I really felt that the Center had given me the resources to tackle the work.

Carol A. Butler, Ph.D.

Co-author of the Divorce Mediation Answer Book

You can’t get any better training in Divorce Mediation.

Jay Marson, J.D., C.S.W.

Mediator in White Plains, NY

The Center for Mediation & Training is run by three wonderful mediators (and people!) whose training styles and professional backgrounds offer the new mediator complimentary perspectives on the process of mediation. I have learned a great deal from all of them.

Amy Carron Day, J.D.

Attorney-Mediator in Manhattan

The training gave me a whole new perspective on dispute resolution. I highly recommend this training, not only for those interested in as mediation practice, but for all family law attorneys.

Bill Thompson

Director, Family Law Department, Archer & Greiner, Haddonfield, NJ

The training program at the Center was comprehensive and thought provoking with the extensive experience and varied perspectives of the trainers providing valuable insight and a thorough overview of the field. The Center not only prepared me to begin a mediation practice through the depth of the program itself, but through support which extended beyond the training and into the nuts and bolts of building a practice.

Joseph Levine

Attorney-Mediator in Manhattan, Westchester and Rockland

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