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Rezension von Günther Mohr zu: Weigel, S. (Hg.): Theorie und Praxis der Transaktionsanalyse in der Mediation, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2014

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Mediation boomt. Menschen aus sozialen Berufen, aus der Wirtschaft und auch viele Juristen lassen sich in Mediation ausbilden. 794 more words


Getting on the Didrgeridoo

I’ve been on and off it for some time. Its the breathing techniques.  The thought of getting into a flow of just creating music gets me into a crazy excitement hype that stops me from practicing and wanting to play right away.   325 more words

Best Practices for Facilitating Victim Offender Conferences

I absolutely love facilitating Victim Offender Conferences. This month, I wanted to honor that love by pulling together some of the best practices for engaging victims and offenders in forward looking dialogue. 2,121 more words


Divorce Mediation Minnesota

Divorce is consistently ranked as one of the top 5 most stressful life events, and can shake your emotional and even your physical well-being.  In addition to the grief and sadness you experience after the loss of such a significant relationship, you are also faced with making many difficult and extremely important decisions about how best to split your property and divide custody of your children.  324 more words


Halsey: PGF: ADR

It’s ironic that the decision whether or not to mediate can give rise to more litigation, this time over costs where the Claimants resisted the Defendant’s desire, having won, for his costs to be paid on an indemnity basis. 333 more words

Midweek + 1 Recap

Wow, it has been a pretty crazy couple of weeks here.  I haven’t done much Zumba, well, other than coming up with routines for my playlist which is almost done by the way.  333 more words


Parents Forever Classes Chanhassen MN

Divorce is difficult for everyone involved and especially complex when children are involved. There are so many changes for kids to adapt to and they often feel very conflicted about how they feel, splitting their time between parents, and often feel a very pronounced loss over the change to their intact family.  299 more words