Evening With Dan Berstein

Evening With Dan Berstein
Dan channels his personal experience living with bipolar disorder, his professional expertise as a mediator, and his academic background in mental health to develop innovative programs teaching mental health communication and conflict resolution best practices.


The Maryland Judiciary Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office (MACRO) and Maryland Carey Law School Center for Dispute Resolution (C-DRUM) Present

An Evening With . . . Dan Berstein

Conflict Resolution and Mental Health 

During our evening with Dan, he will share ways conflict resolution skills can empower us to get past mental health stigma.  Dan will also discuss how we can become accessible to parties with diverse mental health needs.  Finally, Dan will share tools and resources to help us put these skills into practice.

Dan Berstein combines his professional expertise as a mediator, his academic background in mental health and public health, and his personal experience living with bipolar disorder to develop innovative trainings and services in the areas of conflict resolution, mental health communication, challenging behaviors, and accessibility to disabilities.

Through his company, MH Mediate, Dan has provided training programs in over a dozen states to clients including  workplaces, universities, mental health service providers, professional associations, and government agencies at the city, state, and federal levels.  Dan is also Vice Chair of the Diversity Committee of the ABA Section on Dispute Resolution and a Program Consultant for the CUNY Dispute Resolution Center, where he develops mental health and conflict resolution resources.

Dan holds a master’s degree in Mental Health from the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, a bachelor’s degree from the Wharton School at the University Pennsylvania, and a mediation certification from the New York Peace Institute where he formerly sat on the Mediator Advisory Board.  He has a general mediation and conflict coaching practice with a special expertise in cases related to mental health.
 



*The program qualifies for 2 hours of continuing education under Title 17 and the Maryland Program for Mediator Excellence (MPME). Certificates of attendance will be emailed upon request at sign in to the event.

Join us from 6:00 - 6:30 PM for light refreshments.
The program begins promptly at 6:30 PM and ends at 8:00 PM.

Advanced registration is required to attend, and s
eating space is available for up to 96 attendees.

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When
10/22/2018 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Where
500 W. Baltimore St. Baltimore 21201
Registration not available.