Find out more about including peer mediation in your school from conflict resolution educators, Darcy Thompson and Cynthia Morton.
Darcy Thompson, M.Ed., is a retired educator and experienced Texas Mediator Credentialing Association Credentialed Advanced Mediator. She has successfully facilitated hundreds of challenging meetings among teachers, parents and professional staff during nearly thirty years in public education. She has also mediated high conflict civil and church disputes. Currently, Darcy is a member of several organizations including the Texas Association of Mediators; the Association for Conflict Resolution, Houston Chapter (board member); and the Texas Mediation Trainers Roundtable. Darcy’s focus is in the areas of civil disputes and peer mediation training.
Cynthia Morton, Ed.D., is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), National Certified Counselor (NCC) and registered mediator who coordinates the Rockdale County Schools Peer Mediation Program. Currently, Dr. Morton serves as the co-coordinator for the Online Peer Mediation Platform. She is trained as a CINERGY Conflict Coach, Transformative Mediator, Truancy Mediator, and a Workplace Conflict Management Trainer. Dr. Morton holds memberships in the Georgia Licensed Professional Counseling Association, the National Association of Peer Program Professionals, the Association for Conflict Resolution, and the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation.