Practitioner, Educator, or Researcher Member

Individuals who have completed 40 hours of conflict resolution training or continuing education courses and have three years of relevant experience may apply for this membership category.  If you are filling out a paper application, you must additionally complete the Practitioner/Educator/Researcher Application to be eligible for this membership level.

Membership Benefits include

Subscriptions to: Conflict Resolution Quarterly Journal (hardcopy); ACResolution Magazine (electronic); ACR Weekly Update (electronic).

Eligibility for reduced rates on ACR’s Professional Liability Insurance

Discounts on conference registration; discounts of 20% on Jossey-Bass publications

Listing in ACR Membership Directory

Membership in any (or all) of the special interest section; voting privileges

Use of ACR Member logo

Access to ACR’s Career Center Bank



Dues: $205.00 per year
  

Practitioner

Individuals who have completed 40 hours of conflict resolution training or continuing education courses and have three years of relevant experience may apply for this membership category.  Note: Members who have not done 40 hours of formal course work but can demonstrate other forms of education such as conference workshops, mentoring, etc. can apply for equivalency status. Members with more than 200 hours of practice, but less than three years of experience, can also apply for this category of membership.

Educator

Individuals who have completed 40 hours of conflict resolution training or continuing education and has, over a minimum of a three-year period, either: A) coordinated a campus mediation program (K-12 or higher education setting) and conducted/supervised at least 40 mediation sessions; or B) taught conflict resolution education in a K-12 school setting for a minimum of 200 contact hours; or C) taught four or more semester-long or six or more quarter-long conflict resolution courses in a college or university setting.  Note: Members who have not done 40 hours of formal course work but can demonstrate other forms of education such as conference workshops, mentoring, etc. can apply for equivalency status.

 

Researcher 

 

Individuals who have completed 40 hours of conflict resolution training or continuing education courses, has a minimum of three years of research experience, has published a book or research-based conflict resolution article in a peer-reviewed journal, and holds an advanced degree in a field related to conflict resolution. Note: Members who have not done 40 hours of formal course work but can demonstrate other forms of education such as conference workshops, mentoring, etc. can apply for equivalency status.