Posts Tagged ‘estrangement’

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COVID-19 is generating an onslaught of conflict.  My mission is to carry the message that there is a better way to look at, and respond to, personal and professional conflicts.  During the past 30 years, I have successfully mediated thousands of disputes and developed expertise in resolving workplace and family conflicts.  Today, my goal is to provide strategic conflict management and creative relationship interventions to couples, families, organizations, and communities.

Much of my current mediation practice centers on my work with David Spofford and the network of Florida Mediators we bring together at A Friendly Divorce. In addition to mediation, at A Friendly Divorce, we provide document preparation services so that the couples we work with can have a one-stop experience that ends with an uncontested divorce.  Additionally, David and I created a training program for professionals who want to launch or expand their practices to include pro-se/pre-suit divorce mediation.  This program is presented via streaming video through Mediate.com. Click or cut and paste this link http://www.mediate.com/university/pg29.cfm into your browser to learn more.

As a Mediation Trainer, I have taught mediation nationally and internationally to over 13,000 professionals. If you want to become a Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator, acquire mediation skills to enhance your professional or personal life, or experience Continuing Mediator Education that is both entertaining and rich in content, check out Mediation Training Network.  

My book “The Professional Woman’s Guide To Conflict Management” is available on Amazon or through the publisher.

Ultimately, I am focused on helping people improve their relationships with formal and informal mediation that results in strategic interventions in the form of Workplace Action Plans, Business Partnership Accords, Dating Contracts, Pre-marital Blueprints, Mediated Divorces, and Marriage Pacts.  And I am intrigued with dialogue focused on aging in community, legacy, and the 3rd-third of life.  Please accept this invitation to expand the conversation – email me your questions and comments.

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Happy trails, Elinor

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