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Managing social problems seems to be similar to managing personal relationships – the solutions need to involve: A) Avoiding all-or-nothing thinking; B) Focusing on problem-solving rather than defensive reacting; and C) Looking at the experience or research of others. I’ve … Continue reading

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Bill Eddy talks to Tina Swithin the author of Divorcing a Narcissist: One Mom’s Battle. The family court system in the United States is failing our children. Our appointed judges and commissioners are supposed to act in the best interest … Continue reading

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Last week, on March 19th, I spoke at the annual Minnesota CLE Family Law Institute in St. Paul, MN. It was a huge gathering of about 700 family lawyers, with interests from mediation to collaborative law to cooperative law to … Continue reading

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Recently there has been growing discussion of incivility in all areas of modern life. Public figures, professionals and the public are growing more concerned about this behavior. While this problem appears in every occupation, I am writing this article about the … Continue reading

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On Friday, March 8th, I gave a full day training to the Ontario Association of Family Mediators – Child Protection Roster. There were about 70 mediators in attendance and we focused on how to help parents who have children under … Continue reading

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On March 4-5, I gave a training to 35 mediators, lawyers and law enforcement professionals. While I have taught this 2-day training before in Vancouver, there was fresh interest and I have refined it further to emphasize practice activities with … Continue reading

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Last Thursday (2/28/13) I was the keynote speaker for the annual Texas Collaborative CLE in Dallas, speaking on managing High Conflict Cases. I focused on the importance of teaching our potentially high-conflict clients more skills for participating more actively in … Continue reading

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Last Friday I started my seminar travels again with an all-day training I gave in Cincinnati to the Cincinnati Academy of Collaborative Professionals. A great group of people. I was really impressed with how well they have created a community that … Continue reading

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Last Friday I started my seminar travels again with an all-day training I gave in Cincinnati to the Cincinnati Academy of Collaborative Professionals. A great group of people. I was really impressed with how well they have created a community … Continue reading

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By Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. ©  2008 High Conflict Institute Whether in a divorce, a workplace dispute, or a conflict with a neighbor, it’s easy to get caught up in defending our own behavior and point of view. This is especially … Continue reading

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