Mediation: A Psychological Insight into Conflict Resolution

Mediation: A Psychological Insight into Conflict Resolution

By: Paul Randolph (author), Freddie Strasser (author)Paperback

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Strasser is a lecturer, supervisor, and psychotherapist in private practice; Randolph has been a practicing barrister for some 30 years and accredited mediator for 15-plus years. Both authors are with the School of Psychotherapy and Counseling at Regent's College, London, where they co-created the Mediation Training Course, which combines psycholog

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Freddie Strasser PhD, MA, AdvDipExPsych, UKCPReg, BACP AccC, BAC AccS . He is an Honorary Fellow of the School of Psychotherapy and Counselling at Regent s College, and Director of the School s ADR programme. He is also a lecturer, supervisor and psychotherapist in private practice. He was one of the first to establish existential time limited therapy, as well as one of the first to bring essential aspects of psychotherapy into mediation. He has written numerous journal articles, is the co-author, with his daughter Alison, of Existential Time Limited Therapy (1977), and the author of Emotions (1999) Barrister. Called to the Bar 1971. Accredited Mediator (CEDR) 1999. Specialisation: Professional Negligence and Personal Injury law. Practice also includes Contract, Employment, Construction, Insolvency, and Property law. Mediation experience in a wide range of Commercial, Professional Negligence, Personal Injury, Property, Boundary, and Family Financial disputes. Designer, Co-Producer, Lecturer and Joint Leader, of the unique Mediation Training Course at the School of Psychotherapy and Counselling at Regent s College, London, incorporating psychotherapeutic skills into Mediation. Member of the Bar Council ADR Committee. Trainer mediator on the Bar Council ADR Seminars. Author of several articles on Mediation. Lectured on Mediation throughout the UK to barristers, solicitors, local government and other organisations, and to judges and lawyers in Rome, Budapest, and Riga.

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  • ISBN13: 9780826475039
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 224
  • ID: 9780826475039
  • ISBN10: 0826475035

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