Improve Your School Climate with Proven Peer Mediation Training from CRU Institute
Approved by NREPP-Samhsa
CRU Institute's program for middle school students is rated "promising" by NREPP-Samhsa.
CRU Institute (Conflict Resolution Unlimited) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing peer mediation, cultural awareness, anti-violence and anti-bullying programs for faculty, students, and parents at elementary, middle, and high schools. Since 1992, our programs have been implemented throughout the United States and in many countries around the world.
Our mission is to teach young people effective, peaceful ways to resolve conflict and to develop understanding, respect, and the ability to cooperate with others in a multicultural world.
What is peer mediation?
Peer mediation is a structured, orderly, confidential process in which two neutral student mediators use conflict mediation techniques to help peers experiencing conflict. Disputants identify the problems they wish to resolve, and through developing understanding and empathy for one another, create their own solutions.