Question and Answer FLORIDA ACADEMY PROFESSIONAL MEDIATORS, INC. How Does a Mediator Resolve Personal Injury Cases? Personal injury cases often center around the concept of negligence. The plaintiff must show that the defendant owed him or her a duty, breached that duty and caused damages as a result of that breach. These cases often involve … Continue reading FAPM: Question and Answer
Cultural Diversity: How Cultures within Cultures May Interpret Time Differently By Dr. Isis C. Clemente, M.A + J.D As I’ve mentioned before, I immigrated to New York at the age of 9. Having grown into an adult in a New York Culture sayings such as: Group A • “ Don’t Leave for Tomorrow What You … Continue reading Cultural Diversity: How Cultures within Cultures May Interpret Time Differently
Isis Clemente, MA, JD, is the founder and president of Orientation and Mediation Services, Inc., which offers mediation, arbitration, coaching and group training and helps clients see their options. She may be reached at email@example.com and (954) 683 3800. CULTURAL DIVERSITY: Deciphering How to Deal with It By Isis Clemente ( known to her students … Continue reading CULTURAL DIVERSITY: Deciphering How to Deal with It
Dr. Deri Ronis has been providing innovative seminars and workshops for over three decades to schools, corporations, government agencies and religious organizations. She earned a Doctorate in International Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution, pioneering numerous programs which include mediation, meditation, anger management and stress reduction. Through her talks, CD’s and books, Dr. Deri has afforded … Continue reading The times they are changin!
Psychology & Mediation – Power Duo By Pedro A Jedlicka – firstname.lastname@example.org “What, then, is time? If no one asks me, I know; if I want to explain it to a questioner, I do not know”. St Augustine* Something similar happens with the notion of “Conflict”. We can all be clear about its meaning. We … Continue reading The useful notion of conflict in mediation
1. Mediation is often required by court ordered. In most family law cases, the presiding judge will send the parties in family matters to mediation parties before trial and during pending litigation at least once. Depending on the judge, often cases are sent to mediation multiple times during litigation. Mediation is popular with the courts … Continue reading Top Ten Reasons Mediation is Useful in Settling Family Cases in Florida
Mediator & Arbitrator Marie Grace combines a unique mix of mediation and psychology background to her mediation/arbitration work, with extensive professional experience in clinical practice, private and public sectors. She considers herself to have had a unique education & career path over the more than 25 years. Dr. Grace’s neutrality as a mediator and arbitrator … Continue reading Psychology & Mediation – Power Duo
How to Prepare for Mediation by Denise Wheeler Wright Wright Mediation, Inc. email@example.com www.wrightmediation.com/ Many parties going into mediation feel stressed because they don’t know what to expect. Being prepared for mediation will help everyone involved in the mediation have a successful experience. The following suggestions provide a guide as to how to prepare for … Continue reading How to Prepare for Mediation
Dr. Raymond Ferrier is a mediator, coach and facilitator. He has lived, studied and worked on three continents, which has strongly influenced and widened his perspectives on culture, diversity, and modes of problem solving. With a background in sociology and physical therapy, his interest centers on communication andrelationships at the intersection of the soma and … Continue reading Your Body in Conflict
STEVEN K. HALL 4399 Commons Drive, Suite 300 Destin, Florida 32541 (850) 337-4620 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Steve is certified as a Circuit Court Civil mediator. He is approved by both the Florida Department of Financial Services and the Department of Business and Professional Regulation for work with parties in their respective mediation programs. He is a … Continue reading Can Neutrals Bring Peace to Local Land Use Wars?