Take a look at The Resolution Center’s Annual Report for fiscal year 2022 (July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022), a year of rejuvenation!
Thank you for being part of The Resolution Center (North Shore Community Mediation) community! Each year we ask mediators to confirm their continued participation, and ask friends of the Center… read more
Registration is now open for our conflict resolution skills intensive training. Please see more details below, and register here to participate! This year’s training program will be a hybrid format… read more
Registration is now open for our annual conflict resolution skills intensive training. Please see more details below, and register here to participate! This year’s training program will be… read more
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On July 15th, volunteers, friends, family, and colleagues gathered to congratulate Cynthia McClorey on her retirement from the North Shore Community Mediation Center and thank her for her 20+ years… read more
Beverly, MA, June 7, 2021: The Board of Directors of the North Shore Community Mediation Center is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Hannah Bowen as our new Executive Director. She succeeds… read more
Learn to manage conflict, develop communication and negotiation skills, and understand creative problem solving strategies in a highly interactive learning environment.
Please join us for a Symphony by the Sea concert, benefiting NSCMC, on Sunday, January 26th at 3:00pm at the Cabot Theater in Beverly. The program includes The American… read more
Friends and families of North Shore Community Mediation Center enjoyed an afternoon of wonderful music by Symphony by the Sea at their March 4th benefit concert – “It’s Music to Our Ears” ~ Bernstein and Beethoven in Beverly – at the Cabot Theater. The concert was followed by a reception at the theater honoring the Executive Director, Cynthia McClorey, with the Harmony Award for almost 20 years of service.
A special thank you to Eastern Bank, our Corporate Sponsor for the event and to everyone who attended and those sponsors and donors who have contributed to the Center’s work throughout Essex County.
Pictured is Cynthia McClorey, Executive Director and Sandy Sheckman, Board Chairperson