What participants said about our 40-Hour Basic Mediation training:

How would you evaluate the training as a whole?

  • “Excellent. Very Informative. Very worthwhile!”
  • “I thought that the training was thorough and, that I can see, nothing left out.”
  • “Excellent”
  • “A+”
  • “It was very good. Lots of info to process – the break was good.”
What did you enjoy (appreciate, learn) most from the training?

  • “This training ties the whole picture together and is valuable in any walk of life.”
  • “Having my eyes turned to look at me and who I am in a dispute.”
  • “Interaction skills. Listening skills. Two different styles of teaching.”
Mediation Client Comments:

“I am very impressed with the process the mediators moved us through & their level of professionalism. Nice job.”

“Excellent work! Within the bounds of the confidentiality agreement, I will be happy to endorse your good work.”

“Very impressed with how things went, thank you.”

“I am most impressed with the outcome of our mediation and your ability to bring these parties together.”

“Very much worthwhile!”

“The mediators were very professional.”

“Thank you.”
Our Mission:
The mission of the Columbia Basin Dispute Resolution Center is to empower people to resolve conflict peacefully through mediation and conflict resolution training.

History of the CBDRC
In 2006 a motivated group under the leadership of Gloria Ogoshi, Esq., and the Rev. Ron Moen of Quincy, a motivated group of county residents held meetings in Ephrata, Quincy, Moses Lake, Warden and Royal City to provide interested persons with information about the services and benefits of forming a Dispute Resolution Center (DRC) in Grant County. The founding group formed an official Board of Directors on August 18, 2007, chose the name "Columbia Basin Dispute Resolution Center", and began the necessary steps to become a DRC under RCW 7.75. The CBDRC was authorized to operate in Grant County by the Grant County Commissioners on June 24, 2008, and an executive director was hired in December. In March and April of 2009, the DRC held its first Basic Mediation Training in Moses Lake to begin training additional mediators. Efforts to educate the residents of Grant County on the benefits of mediation and services provided by the Dispute Resolution Center are ongoing.

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