In this episode we continue to explore the ideas and techniques of narrative mediation.
The book mentioned in the intro:
Excerpt available on the Tao Institute Website here
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Gerald Monk, PhD
Dr. Gerald Monk is a Professor in the College of Education's Department of Counselling and School Psychology at San Diego State University. He has an international reputation for the development of an innovative approach to conflict resolution known as narrative mediation.
Gerald has taught numerous workshops on this subject in the UK, Ireland, Canada, New Zealand, Austria, Iceland, Cyprus, Mexico, and the United States. Most recently, he was a recipient of the Fred J. Hansen Grant for Peace Studies where he conducted bi-communal workshops in the buffer zone in Nicosia and trained former Turkish and Greek Cypriot enemies in conflict resolution processes.
In addition to his academic work, Gerald has worked as a mediator in a successful practice over the last 20 years.
Find him on the web here