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Solutions Blog

Welcoming New Staff and 2017-2018 Interns!

Date: September 20, 2017
Please Welcome New TCC Staff & 2017-2018 Interns! Fall is fast upon us and as the season... Read More

Holiday Office Hours

Date: December 20, 2016
The Conflict Center will be closed on Monday December 26, 2016 and Monday, January 2, 2017 in... Read More

2016 Holiday Appeal

Date: November 23, 2016
Click the link below to view The Conflict Center's 2016 Holiday... Read More

Creating Solutions

Conflict is a normal part of everyday life, but it doesn’t have to be negative or destructive. This unique perspective is the foundation of The Conflict Center’s teachings, as we strive to help people use conflict as an opportunity to grow, learn, and create positive change in their lives. The Conflict Center believes that we all have a role to play as peacemakers in our homes, schools, congregations, workplaces and communities. Here you can find solutions! We offer a great resource library as well as anger management classes here in Denver.

Program Evaluation & Research

Peer mediation is widely defined as: “a structured process that takes place in the school in which a student trained to mediate conflicts acts as a neutral and impartial third party to assist two or more students to negotiate an integrative resolution to their conflict.” Peer Mediation Programs Peer mediation programs have been in existence […]

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It is an accepted truth that discipline in schools is necessary to maintain order and facilitate learning. For many years discipline at school came in the form of highly punitive measures including physical punishment, spanking or other ways of causing physical pain. Until the last quarter of the 20th century corporal punishment was generally considered […]

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The following is a summary of the 2012 evaluation results for each of The Conflict Center’s program areas. TCC continually evaluates its programs and is engaged in ongoing efforts to strengthen evaluation tools and procedures. Programs include School services, Emotional Intelligence and Critical Decision Making (Youth), and Turning Anger and Conflict into Allies (Adult). EICDM […]

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