Monthly Archives: July 2014

ACR Workplace Section Conflict Coaching Teleseminar

On July 15 Alan Tidwell offered an update on problem solving for one to members of the Association for Conflict Resolution via a teleseminar, chaired by Cinnie Noble.  The teleseminar series, chaired by Cinnie Noble, links people from around the … Continue reading

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Conflict Coaching Cinergy

Conflict coach Cinnie Noble is a matchmaker par excellence bringing together some powerful ideas. Her book Conflict Management Coaching is an excellent resource for any conflict coach. In 1999 she created a seven-step conflict coaching model called Cinergy. It brings together three essential pillars; coaching, alternative … Continue reading

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PS1 Morphs into Family Dispute Resolution – 1

In Australia FDR–1 (family dispute resolution for one) has morphed from PS-1 according to John Cleary.  Cleary is a family mediator with over 3000 hours of client mediation from Brisbane.  He’s also a former student of mine, who adapted PS-1 to fit his needs.  … Continue reading

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Treating depression with Virtual Space Station

Dr. James Cartreine, of Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s NSBRI Neurobehavioral and Psychosocial Factors Team, has been working on a grant to develop a problem solving based treatment for depression and interpersonal conflict aboard the International Space Station.  His work, drawing in part on Problem … Continue reading

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Problem Solving for One Update

Here’s a problem solving for one update from Australia.  The below item is excerpted from the Victorian Association for Dispute Resolution (VADR)’s website ( JOHN CLEARY, RELATIONSHIPS AUSTRALIA QUEENSLAND PROBLEM-SOLVING FOR ONE: HOW TO ASSIST WHEN MEDIATION CANNOT PROCEED MONDAY, 20TH MAY 2013 … Continue reading

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