Mindfulness in the Heat of Conflict: Being Clear and Calm
Being mindful gives conflict resolution practitioners (mediators, negotiators, facilitators, coaches, attorneys, arbitrator, human resource personnel, and psychologists – to name a few) the opportunity to respond skillfully to whatever is arising in the moment, even in the heat of conflict. To strengthen your ability to be mindful at work and play, you will be introduced to mindfulness meditation. This 4-hour course increases mental acuity and focus, promotes freedom from habitual judgments and reactions, builds our capacity to be fully present in the moment, lowers stress and promotes clarity and calmness. This highly successful in-person course now moves to the global classroom where virtually anyone anywhere with a computer can learn to pay focused, non-judgment attention to experiences as they unfold. By participating in a series of enjoyable exercises and conflict-related role-plays, you will be introduced to two practical tools of awareness, STOPSI© and Taking STOCK©, co-created by Wohl and Leonard L. Riskin, which help integrate mindfulness into our conflict resolution work and home lives.
Dates & Times
- Friday, October 26 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm UTC-5
- Saturday, October 27 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm UTC-5
Please note: Class is limited in size. Class registration closes one week before registration.
International Time Zones
Who can take this course?
Any person who is currently a mediator, attorney, judge,or other conflict resolver, or who wants to become more effective, clear and calm in the heat of conflict
Rachel Wohl, Esq. is an attorney, mediator, facilitator, and meditation teacher, co-creating an awareness tool called “Taking STOCK” to help dispute resolvers and others to continually integrate mindfulness into their work and lives. Ms. Wohl has been teaching Mindfulness to Dispute Resolvers: Judges, Lawyers, Mediators, Arbitrators and Managers, twice a year for the past 12 years, in a 2.5-day format, at Pepperdine University Law School’s Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution. She recently co-authored an article, with Professor Leonard Riskin, called “Mindfulness in the Heat of Conflict: Taking STOCK” and published in the Harvard Negotiation Law Review Vol. 20-121. Ms. Wohl served as a founding member of the Board of Directors for Mediators Beyond Borders, International.
Completion of this course earns four (4) credit hours of interactive, virtual classroom time.
199.00 US Dollars
Or other foreign currency equivalent at current rates