Nebraska Mediation Association is about:
Come to learn and network with your fellow mediators! This year's conference features Bernie Mayer. His recently released book, The Conflict Paradox, poses seven dilemmas that permeate our thinking about conflict, whether a family crisis, a corporate dispute, or a geopolitical negotiation. Disputants often understand their choices as mutually exclusive and ask themselves the following:
- Competition or cooperation?
- Optimism or realism?
- Avoidance or engagement?
- Principle or compromise?
- Emotion or logic?
- Neutrality or advocacy?
- Autonomy or community?
Mr. Mayer's keynote will be followed with a presentation by Aaron Weiner on mindfulness practice. Mindfulness begins with an approach that categorizes “mind objects” as a sixth sense. Once thoughts, memories, and emotions are viewed as similar in nature to sights, sounds, and physical sensations, their cause and consequence can be studied by each individual for themselves. Essentially, mindfulness is a method of investigating how our own mind works so we can choose habits and approaches that make us better mediators and better people.
2014-2015 Training Calendar --
Basic Mediation Training sessions: Family Mediation Training Sessions:
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