Terri Spigelmyer and Glenn Cravez are pleased to offer a 40 hour Basic Family Mediation Training in Anchorage October 27-31, 2018. This training will satisfy the Alaska Court System’s 40 hour mediation training prerequisite for participating in the Child Custody and Visitation Mediation Program (CCVMP), the Child in Need of Aid (CINA) Mediation Program, Adult Guardianship Mediation (AGM) Program, and Minor Guardianship mediations.
Please fill out the registration form below to register by October 15, 2018.
Terri Spigelmyer is the Lead Mediator for the child custody and visitation, adult and minor guardianship, and child protection mediation programs of the Alaska Court. In addition to mediating in these programs for 18 years, Terri has trained and mentored one-on-one with
mediators in the Court programs for ten years, and she currently supervises all contract mediators in the court connected programs. Terri has co-facilitated and coached new and experienced mediators in 40 hour mediation trainings, as well as presenting to and training user groups of the court connected programs.
Terri graduated from Ohio State University Law School and has been practicing law in Alaska since 1987. In her private practice, Terri has facilitated large group discussions as well as mediating a variety of issues from dissolution of partnerships to non-profit board disputes. Terri participates monthly in the Early Resolution Program in Kenai, and is a member of the Professional Mediators of Alaska and the Association for Conflict Resolution.
Glenn Cravez has mediated for nearly 30 years, and he chairs the Alaska Bar Association’s Mediation and Arbitration Section. Glenn mediates family, business, and workplace disputes. He is Past President of the Professional Mediators of Alaska. Glenn
has served as a mediation trainer, co-trainer, and coach in many past trainings, most recently for the Alaska Court System in December 2017. He also teaches mediation as an adjunct professor at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
In addition to mediating in private practice, Glenn mediates in the Alaska Court System’s Guardianship, Child-in-Need-of-Aid, Child Custody and Visitation Mediation, and Early Resolution programs. Glenn graduated from Duke University Law School and has practiced law in Alaska since 1981. He is an Advanced Practitioner member of the Association for Conflict Resolution.