Mediation: Positive Conflict Management
SUNY Press, Feb 1, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 298 pages
This mediation how-to manual brings together the collective wisdom of two of the field’s most renowned founders, John Michael Haynes and Larry Sun Fong. The book not only covers a range of mediation cases, but also uniquely provides feedback from the clients as they reflect on the sessions and report on what worked best for them.
Beginning with a review of the theoretical underpinnings of the Haynes model of mediation, the book then presents six case studies with each demonstrating one or more of the organizing principles of mediation. The sessions examined reflect the different mediation areas currently being practiced—business, employment, neighborhood, adoption, education, and family.
The book goes beyond simply reporting what mediators experience as it shares the insights and motivations of Fong and Haynes. This well-rounded approach includes the exploration of the clients’ thoughts, helping readers to incorporate successful organizing principles into their own mediation practices.
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Mediating a Business Partnership Dispute JOHN M HAYNES Mediator
Mediating an Employment Issue JOHN M HAYNES Mediator
Defending Their Children LARRY S FONG Mediator
A ParentTeen Conflict JOHN M HAYNES Mediator
The Chaos of Choice LARRY S FONG Mediator
A Dispute Over the Classroom JOHN M HAYNES Mediator
Support for Human and Social Growth JOHN M HAYNES
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