“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” Martin Luther King, Jr.
Residents, leaders and police need space to listen and hear each other in order to build deeper understanding and to create lasting change. For solutions to be sustainable, everyone must have a voice in the process. The Mediation & Conflict Resolution Center is here to help.
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Try to identify your own biases – we all have them
Identify your own stereotypes and prejudices check your initial reactions to others and see if you are making assumptions
Practice mindfulness. Pay attention to the thoughts and associations you have about people with different characteristics and identities. This is a cultivated awareness.
MCRC offers elder mediation as a part of our family mediation services. MCRC volunteers and staff are provided training specifically tailored to fit the needs of elderly participants. As with all forms of mediation, the process is voluntary, nonjudgmental and confidential. To learn more about MCRC’s approach, please check out our website (https://www.mcrchoward.org) or give us a call at 443-518-7693. We’re always happy to speak with you.
It’s a common scenario, when the structure of a family is altered by separation or divorce, issues come up which can benefit from open discussion in order to better understand the new family dynamic. Without attention, such issues can escalate and further strain family connections. But talking about those issues is difficult. How do you even begin? What happens if conversations spin out of control?
We HEAR…To HELP!
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM or by appointment
9770 Patuxent Woods Drive Suite 306
Columbia, MD 21046