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Free Resources to Become a Conflict Resolution Leader

April 20

Free Resources to Become a Conflict Resolution Leader

April 20 (The deadline to apply) 

The Office of Consumer Affairs at the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is excited to announce our collaboration with MH Mediate, so we can provide conflict resolution resources to behavioral health community members (peers, family members, providers, managers, etc) who are interested in improving how they talk about mental health, navigate conflicts, and address challenging behaviors.

The program is free, and designed for people who are willing to commit their time and energy to build these important skills.  You will be expected to:

·  Fill out an online application form and periodic program evaluation forms

·  Share questions, scenarios, and examples so we can provide you tools specifically for the kinds of conflicts you are experiencing

·  Attend several one-hour online training programs (live or through access to recordings) as well as three optional in-person group debrief sessions  to discuss your examples

·  At least 6 hours of programs are required to be completed, with extra resources available to those who want it.

You will receive support throughout this program from Dan Berstein, MHS.  Dan is a mediator living with bipolar disorder, and the author of the American Bar Association book, Mental Health and Conflict: A Handbook for Empowerment.  Dan will lead the trainings, answer questions, and share monthly messages working through key examples. Visit to learn more and sign up.  The deadline to apply is April 20, 2023 and access to the free training program is provided on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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