UPCOMING ADR SEMINARS

Thursday, May 14, 2015
How Do You Make Decisions

The study of NeuroEconomics is an emerging, interdisciplinary field that works to explain how humans make decisions. People in conflict may respond by working towards resolution, avoiding conflict, or becoming entrenched in their positions. The Speaker will discuss how the brain decides which way to respond and will offer language and tools to use in conflict resolution. Participants will learn new communication skills to promote flexible and respectful thinking.

Speakers:
Mary Atwater
Psy.D, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Family Mediator, Child Access Mediator

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