Provider of Florida Supreme Court Certified Programs
Why Choose Mediation Training Group?
Our faculty is composed of recognized experts in mediation, law, and related disciplines
We bring you the most up-to-date information culled from judicial and legislative actions, published reports and articles, and realistic mediation fact patterns
We provide interactive roleplay exercises to “feel” what it’s like to mediate
We provide a structure within a relaxed and congenial atmosphere conducive to adult learning
We will continue Zoom training, adding in-person training as and when requested
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In Memory of
Susan F. Dubow
Susan F. Dubow, the Founder and CEO of Mediation Training Group. We will miss her dearly. (1950-2019) She was a pioneer in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), had a long and distinguished career. Susan served as the Director of the Court Mediation and Arbitration Program, the ADR Division of the 17th Judicial Circuit, Broward County, for over 22 years. This division administrates all of the Court’s Mediation programs including Circuit Civil, County Court, Small Claims, Citizens Dispute/Criminal,Dependency and Family as well as the Civil Arbitration program. Susan was a Florida Supreme Court Qualified Primary Mediation Trainer in Circuit, Family and County Mediation. She was also certified as a Circuit, County and Appellate Mediator. Susan served as a member of the Supreme Court’s Mediation Qualifications Board (MQB) and was currently Vice-Chair of Mediator Ethics Advisory Committee (MEAC).
Susan, was an honors graduate of Boston University, was an Adjunct Professor at Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law. She had developed curriculum and taught mediation and conflict resolution at Florida Atlantic University.
Susan was a Past president of both The Association of South Florida Mediators and Arbitrators (ASFMA) and The Florida Academy of Professional Mediators (FAPM.) She was a Diplomat Member of (FAPM) since 1999 and was the recipient of FAPM’s prestigious Award of Merit 2002. In 2004 Susan was honored with The Dispute Resolution Center’s Award of Appreciation for Distinguished Service. Susan had achieved Practitioner / Educator membership status with the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR).