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CertifcateProgramsCONFLICTRESOLUTIONCERTIFICATEPROGRAMInformationmeetingsareheldbeforethestartofeachsemester.NOTEIfyouhavereachedthepointintheprogramwhenyouneedtocompleteIndependentLearningAorBpleaseemailtheprogramcoordi-nator.orcallherat707664-3977forenrollmentinstructions.CONFLICTRESOLUTIONFOREDUCATORSThishighlyinteractivehybridcourseface-to-faceplusonlinewillgiveeducatorshands-onpracticeinintegratingconictresolutionskillsintotheirownschoolsandclassrooms.Wellpresentcreativewaystoteachcommunicationandconictskillsresourcefulresponsestoconictssuchasbullyingandharassmentandhowtomovefrombeingby-standerstoactiveallies.Classmemberswillworkcollaborativelywitheducatorswithsimilarinterests.JoyA.MeekerM.A.n1mtgSuFeb239am-5pmonlinenSalazarHall2016nPSY49041661unit225CROSS-CULTURALCOMMUNICATION14hoursCECreditMFTLCSWMCLEEverypersoninthisGlobalVillagedealswithmanyculturesandmanymustmakeprofes-sionaljudgmentswithdeepmulticulturalimplications.Howdoweunderstandourowncul-tureandthemultiplecultureswithinitWhatdowendatthemulticulturalcrossroadswepersonallyencounterandhowdowerespondnowtocross-culturaldiversityandstrifeHowcanwelearntohearmoreaccuratelydropstereotypicalnotionsandinteractmoresensi-tivelyHowdoweproblemsolveandcommunicatemoreproductivelyThisinteractiveandexperientialclassexplorestheproblemsweseeanddiscusseswhattoolscanbeconsideredinordertobetterunderstanddifferencesandthenhonorandbridgethem.Gradeonly.Urslaeuchlin2mtgsSaSuMay349am-5pmnSalazarHall2013nPSY49041681unit225FOUNDATIONSOFCONFLICTRESOLUTION28hoursCECreditMFTLCSWMCLEThiscourseintroducesthecorehistoricalandtheoreticalrootsoftheinterdisciplinaryeldofconictresolution.Throughreadingsanddiscussionparticipantslearnthediversetypeofconictinterventionsavailableincludingeducationde-escalationnegotiationme-diationandnonviolentengagementandtheabilitytodiscernwhichapproachislikelytobeproductive.Studentsstrengthentheircapacitytoanalyzeandrespondtothecom-plexityofconictonmultiplelevelsincludingpersonalsocialandinterculturalaswellascontextsincludingpersonalfamilyworkplaceandcommunity.Thishighlyinteractivecoursefocusesonexpandingstudentsabilitiestorespondproductivelytoconictsinwaysthatenhancethepotentialforpositivepersonalgroupandsocialchange.Gradeonly.JoyA.MeekerM.A.n3campusmtgsSaSuFeb1-2Feb229am-5pmonlinenSalazarHall2016nPSY49041652Units450GROUPFACILITATIONSKILLS14hoursCECreditMFTLCSWMCLEThishighlyexperientialclassgivesparticipantsanopportunitytolearntheprinciplesbehindeffectivemeetingfacilitationwhilepracticingthoseskillsinasupportiveenvironment.Strate-giesforproblemsolvingreachingclosurehandlingcontroversialissuesanddealingwithdifcultbehaviorsareexaminedandtested.TopicsincludeAssessingyourabilitiesasafacilitatorBecomingfamiliarwiththebasicelementsofeffectivemeetingsUnderstandingtherolesandresponsibilitiesofthefacilitatorrecorderandgroupmembersIdentifyingandpracticingtheskillstoeffectivelyfacilitatemeetingsDevelopingcompetencyindealingwithchallengingpeopleandissues.Gradeonly.JAErisWeavern2mtgsSaMar189am-5pmnCarsonHall14nPSY49041641unit225