Membership

Member Login

Need help?

Professional supervision

Professional Supervision is increasingly being acknowledged as an important component of ongoing professional learning and development for mediators.

Supervision register (NZ)

We keep a register of people who offer supervision services to mediators. The register is in the Members Area of the web site>>  If you would like to be added to this register of people offering supervision services, complete the application form and email to infonz@resolution.instituteProfessional Supervision Register application form

Online group professional supervision

We organise professional supervision for groups online.  Facilitated by experienced professional supervisors, this is a cost- and time-efficient approach to professional supervision. Groups of up to six mediators meet once a month by Zoom for 10 sessions a year from March - December. 

To register

Online group supervisors

Ava Gibson is a Resolution Institute Accredited Mediator as well as a coach and assessor. Ava has mediation/facilitation experience in the education, health, disability, family and community sectors.  As the former CEO of LEADR, Ava was involved in the piloting of online group professional supervision. Ava is a trained coach and professional supervisor and has been providing professional supervision as part of her private practice for the last 10 years.

Margaret Halsmith has more than 20 years of experience as a family mediator and Family Dispute Resolution practitioner.  Margaret has mediated across a broad range of areas including family. She is committed to the promotion, development, acceptance and use of ADR. Margaret was a member of the former NADRAC and is now on the Australian Dispute Resolution Advisory Council, is Vice-Chair of the Independent Standards Commission of the International Mediation Institute and gave tirelessly of her time and expertise as Chair of Resolution Institute. Margaret coaches and mentors mediators and has been providing professional supervision since the 1990s.