Witnessing & Mediation Service - Boundaries of Service
What is conflict?
Conflict, just like our dance practice, holds a great creative potential for us to learn to include a fuller and more compassionate view point. Most conflicts are presented as having just two sides, a pro and a con. However, there is always a third perspective from which the truth of each competing point of view can be appreciated.
Most conflicts involve a degree of reactivity and both parties being entrenched in their own view/ perspective on the issue. For both, there are often unspoken needs and fears
Boundaries of the ICMTA Witnessing & Mediation Service
The ICMTA Witnessing & Mediation Service offers witnessing and/ or referral to paid
The witnessing service is offered to any ICMTA member teacher or ICMTA member
In the case of a conflict between a teacher and a student, you will be referred to mediation, which is a service paid for by the involved parties.
If a student believes that a teacher has transgressed the ICMTA Code Of Ethics, they should refer to the ICMTA Grievance Procedure.