Tag Archives: Theory of Mediation

Conflict Transformation As A Spiritual Practice

Jesus had a remarkable gift for seeing through everything superficial, for peeling back the layers of the dusty, superficial robes of identity we wear,  to peer into a person’s inner soul.   Whether speaking to a Roman Centurian, to a Samaritan … Continue reading

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Model Standards of Practice for Family and Divorce Mediation

Here’s a standard by which you should gauge your mediator. All mediators associated with Just Mediation are familiar with and adhere to these standards. Continue reading

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The Magic of Mediation

Thoughts about how why mediation works so well for parties who otherwise could not resolve conflict on their own Continue reading

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