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By Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. ©  2008 High Conflict Institute Workplace bullying is a growing international problem. It is more than a one-time incident. It is a pattern of behavior between a bully and another worker which can demoralize, isolate … Continue reading

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Below is an excerpt of an article I wrote in 2012 for the purpose of identifying High Conflict People. We find them everywhere in our lives, dealing with them, successfully, takes a special understanding. To read the full article, click … Continue reading

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by Bill Eddy I have tremendous empathy for the children, parents, teachers and staff at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT. They became the “targets of blame” for a young man with serious problems and no rational connection … Continue reading

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Legislating Shared Parenting All states and provinces currently mandate significant parenting time for both parents, unless there are compelling reasons (domestic violence, child abuse, etc.) not to do so. It is universally seen as in “the best interests of the … Continue reading

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Research It has been said that you can find research to support any opinion, and that is particularly true in the area of parenting after divorce or separation. However, most of the research emphasizes different aspects of the same problem, … Continue reading

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APFM BOOKCLUB Participate in the Academy of Professional Family Mediators Bookclub! Our first tele-meeting will be on May 23, 2011 at 1:00 pm (EST).  To participate, simply call (218) 936-4141, then enter code 8426638 when prompted. Please exercise teleconference curtesy … Continue reading

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© 2012 by Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. Whether you are a lawyer, counselor, manager or other professional, you are likely to be involved in mediation regularly or occasionally. Legal professionals are required to have their clients participate in mediation before … Continue reading

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Thursday and Friday (March 30 and 31, 2012) I gave a 2-day training to 34 experienced family mediators, police officers and other professionals – who regularly deal with high conflict clients in mediation. It was similar to the training that … Continue reading

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On March 5-6, I gave a seminar to over 40 counselors, lawyers, parent educators and others working with high-conflict divorce cases. There was probably a thousand years’ combined experience in the room, which produced a lot of good questions and … Continue reading

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Excerpted from B.I.F.F. Quick Responses to High Conflict People, Hostile Emails, Vicious Rumors, and Personal Attacks By Bill Eddy, Attorney, Mediator and Therapist Many people initially react to Blamespeak with Blamespeak of their own – even people who do not have high-conflict … Continue reading

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