Professionals & Practitioners

SCCR is a national resource promoting and supporting best practice in family conflict resolution and early intervention.

Upcoming events

  • Training Info/Register

    PARENT/CARER EVENT - SCCR Conflict Resolution - Connectedness

    30 September 2021 | 12:00 - 12:45

  • Training Info/Register

    SCCR Conflict Resolution Session Series - Anxious & Afraid

    2 November 2021 | 12:00 - 12:45

  • Training Info/Register

    PARENT/CARER EVENT - Conflict Resolution Series - Conflict Response Styles

    3 November 2021 | 12:00 - 12:40

  • Training Info/Register

    SCCR Conflict Resolution Series - Connectedness

    4 November 2021 | 12:00 - 12:45

  • Training Info/Register

    SCCR Conflict Resolution Online Course - 'Untangling The Knots'

    8 November 2021 - 24 November 2021 | 10:00 - 12:30

  • Training Info/Register

    PARENTS/CARER -SCCR Conflict Resolution Session - Family Conflict Triggers

    9 November 2021 | 12:00 - 12:40

  • See all events

    Talking About Conflict

    Eyes of conflict.

    Worth trying to rescue.

    Breaking the cycle.

    Training

    Conflict can arise when there are disagreements over: views, values or actions and interests or needs are not being met. Conflict can also be an opportunity for change. The SCCR offers a range of conflict resolution training options.

    View our training

    I sometimes think mediation is like going to the dentist...

    Alison, Mediator

    For mediation to be successful you have to want to find a resolution and you have to want to find a solution.

    Drew, Mediator

    Our services

    SCCR exists to provide support and resources for young people and families experiencing conflict along with the practitioners and mediators who work with them. We will:

    • Gather the views of young people, parents, families, and carers
    • Survey the front-line staff, organisations and stakeholders
    • Work with local authorities and other statutory and voluntary organisations
    • Support front-line staff in their needs
    • Maintain and develop relationships with a range of stakeholders
    • Host five free national conferences and 20 free seminars
    • Run 40 training events focusing on local and issue specific needs
    • Undertake a national campaign to raise awareness
    • Develop a rich, useful and interactive online web platform

    What's next?

    We are developing collaborative relationships and resources to assist professionals and practitioners throughout Scotland.

    Interactive peer-to-peer community discussion for anyone interested in conflict resolution

    News and information about family mediation and conflict resolution through our blog, newsletter, and social media

    Connect with us

    Your feedback and input is very important to us, so please connect with us on LinkedIn and Facebook for regular updates and topical discussion.

    Got something to say? Join the disussion

    Community Discussion

    Our community discussion is a great place to get help and advice on a wide range of subjects.

    Join the discussion