Education/Training:

 

Joe B. Hewitt, BD, Bible Baptist Seminary, MA, Dallas Baptist University

 

Continuing education throughout 39 years of pastoral ministry. (See Bio and/or Resume.)

 

Mediation Training

 

2002. Basic Mediation Training, Baptist General Convention of Texas by Nancy Ferrell, PhD, 2002; Family Mediation training, by Glenn C. Currier, MA, Professor of Sociology and ADR Studies, El Centro College, Dallas, 2002. Practicum Training, Dispute Mediation Service, Dallas, 2002.

 

2003. Restorative Justice and Faith Based Mediation training by Nancy K. Ferrell, PhD., 2003. Seminars in connection with Texas Association of Mediators conventions in 2003 and 2004.

 

2004. Other 2004 seminars: Co-Mediate Past an Impasse, Ethics, Faith and Mediation, both by Dr. Nancy Ferrell, and Executive Development and a Mediator by Irene P. Zucker.

 

2005. Training in 2005 included Marketing Mediation by Nancy Ferrell, PhD; Ethics, Credentialing and TAMC, by Suzanne Duval and Cris Gilbert; Presentation by Justice Carolyn Wright; Participatory Training at Texas Association of Mediators convention; Ethics, at Texas Association of Mediators convention; and Mediation and Personal Injury Cases, Dr. Ken Thomas.

 

2006. January 24, Association for Conflict Resolution, Dallas Chapter, and Dispute Mediation Service, Vic Betancur, Senior Counsel/Mediator for US Department of Agriculture. February 24-25, Texas Association of Mediators Convention, 10 Participatory Hours, 6 Ethics Hours. February 28, Association for Conflict Resolution, Dallas Chapter, and Dispute Mediation Service, Cris Gilbert and Suzanne Duval, Credentialing Mediators, Ethics. March 28, Association for Conflict Resolution, Dallas Chapter, and Dispute Mediation Service, “Closer to Home,” Using Interpreters in Mediation, Bernard Nguyen. April 25, Association for Conflict Resolution, Dallas Chapter, and Dispute Mediation Service, Andereea Nicolae and Douglas Scott, Esq., Mediating and Negotiating Collection Cases. May 23, Association for Conflict Resolution, Dallas Chapter, and Dispute Mediation Service, Michael T. Colatrella, Jr., Associate Director, Dispute Resolution Program, Southern Methodist University, and teacher of ADR in SMU Dedman School of Law, Negotiating Strategies and Tactics. Arbitration Training Completed Arbitration training at El Centro College, Dallas, 2006 Teaching, 2006, June 30, Developing a Mediation Practice, El Centro College, Dallas, Texas. September 9, How to Get started in Mediation, El Centro College, Dallas, Texas. September 20, Burlington Northern, Santa Fe Railroad, workshop in Conflict Resolution for Auditors.

 

2007. February 23-24, Texas Association of Mediators Convention, San Antonio, Texas 9.75 participatory hours, 3.75 ethics. February 27, Emotional Contagion in Mediation, Dr. Melissa Young Shroeder, ACR, Dallas. 1 hour. September 25, Judges’ Panel, moderated by Janet Randle, Esq. 1 hour. Judges participating: Sheryle McFarlin of Fort Worth; Michael Miller, Dallas County Probate Court No. 3; Sally Montgomery, Dallas County Court at Law No. 3; Ken Tapscott, Dallas County Court at Law No. 4; Marilea Lewis, 330th Family District Court. October 23, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Mediation, Gloria Smith and Sheri E. Cox. 1 hour. Teaching, 2007. March 17, judged American Bar Association Client Counseling Competition, Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law, Dallas, Texas. 7 hours. 2007, Total Training, 16 hours, including 3.75 ethics. Teaching, 7 hours.

 

2008, February 26, ACR Dallas Chapter meeting. C. Victor Lander, Presiding Judge, Dallas Municipal Court Number 7, mediating in municipal courts. 1 Hour. February 29-March 1, Texas Association of Mediators Convention, Galveston, Texas. 12 Hours. March 25, ACR Dallas Chapter meeting. Tim Hudson and Jennifer Johnson, partners in Belmont Icehouse advertising agency, marketing mediation practice. 1 Hour. April 22, ACR Dallas Chapter meeting, Panel Discussion by Family Court Judges. Judge Lynn Cherry of the Dallas 301st Family District Court, Judge Tena Callahan of the 302nd District Court, and Judge Gregory Wilhelm, Ellis County Court at Law. 1 Hour. April 25, 2008, Collection Law CLE II, Dallas Bar Association, Judge Sally L. Montgomery, Dallas County Court at Law No. 3, Moderator. Included: View from the Bench Judges Panel; Default Judgment Requirements; Domestication of Foreign Default Judgments; Pre and Post Judgment Garnishments; Sequestrations; Arbitration Awards; Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and Post-Judgment Discovery; and Turnovers and Receivership. 3 hours. August 9-17, El Centro College, Dallas, Robert H. Hughes, Jr., Tracy L. Leissner, instructors on Child Protective Services (CPS) Mediation. ---25.5 hours, (4 ethics.) October 28, 2008, Marketing Your Mediation Practice, Frederick Barrow, JD, ACR 1 hour. Teaching,. August 19, Elliott Elementary School, Irving, Texas, conducted Conflict Resolution Workshop for faculty. 2.2 hours.

 

2009, February 24, 2009, Mediating in Difficult Times, ACR, Jerry Cosby, 1 hour. February 27-28, Texas Association of Mediators, 12 hours. March 25, 2009, How to Market your conflict resolution Practice, Jennifer Johnson and Tim Hudson,ACR 1 hour. March 31, Mediation and Federal Bankruptcy, Judge Harlin Hale, ACR 1 hour. May 6, Dallas Bar Association, "Coming Wave of Real Estate Bankruptcies." Panelists Judge Stacey G. C. Jernigan, US Bankruptcy Judge for Northern District of Texas; Mark E Andrews; Clifton R. Jessup, Jr.; Michael McConnell. Moderated by Joseph J. Wielebinski. 2 hours. May 12, 2009, Dispute Mediation Service (DMS) “Dallas Central Appraisal District” mediations by Windy Nash, DCAD Litigation Specialist, and Ken Nolan, DCAD Chief Appraiser. 1 hour.

 

2010 Dallas Bar Association Replevy & Vehicle Deficiency Suits by Mark W. Stout, 2 hours. Dallas Bar Association, Debt Collection Laws & Ethical Considerations Affecting Texas Collection, by Worthy Walker, 1 hour. February 26-27, Texas Association of Mediators Convention, 12 hours. April 12, Dallas Bar Association, Real Estate Law, 1 hour. April 27, ACR Dallas, Collaborative Law, workshop. 1 hour.

 

2011 February 24-25, Texas Association of Mediators, 12 hours; Teaching Conducted workshop on "Automating Your Office Using Microsoft Excel," at TAM Convention. Verbacom Executive Development, 2 hours, Negotiations. 2012 Texas Association of Mediators, February 24-25, 10.5 hours plus 4.75 hours ethics; Verbacom Executive Development, Spanish for Legal Professionals, 8 hours.

 

July 9, 2012, Dallas Bar Association, ADR Section, "The Close" by Jay Berman, 1 hour. October 20, TMCA Conference, Austin, 6.25 hours plus 3 hours ethics.

 

2013 February 23, 24, TAM annual Conference, 12.5 hours, including 3.75 ethics. October 21, TMCA Conference, Austin, 6.25 hours, plus 3 hours ethics.

 

2014, February 21, 22, TAM Annual Conference 12.5 hours , including 3.75 ethics. October 25, 2014, TMCA Conference, Austin, 6.25 CLE Hours (3.0 Hours Ethics).

 

2015, February 19-20, 2015, TAM Convention, San Antonio, 12.5 hours, including 3.75 ethics. October 17, 2015, TMCA Conference, Austin, 6.25 hours, 2.75 ethics. October 30, 2015, Verbacom Executive Development, Big Negotiation Skills for Small Business, 5 hours.

 

2016 TAM Convention, Houston 12.5 hours, including 3.75 ethics. April 11, Attorney Mediators Coalition, Dallas, 1 hour, "Why mediations fail?"

 

 

 

Joe Hewitt is available to conduct workshops in Conflict Resolution for your employees, or executives, or professional organization.

 

He is also available to speak to your service club or staff meeting.

 

 

 

Scheduling:

Ms. Shawn Tebbetts

210-378-2235

Hewitt Mediations

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Garland, Texas 75049-5711

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Scheduling:

Ms. Shawn Tebbetts

210-378-2235