Appendix B Minimum Qualifications for Superior Court Family Law Mediators 1. A Jurist Doctor Degree with extensive experience in family law related matter; or 2. A Bachelor's Degree or Master's Degree in Sociology, Psychology or other social or behavioral science plus completion of training in family law mediation upon approval of the court; or 3. A person who has completed a family law mediation training course offered by a law school in the State of Washington or the basic mediation training course and family mediation training offered by the Okanogan County Dispute Resolution Center or such other equivalent mediation training course(s)as shall be approved by the court; or 4. Such other education and experiential qualifications as shall be approved by the Superior Court judge on a case by case basis.
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