Brain Storm: The Organic Origins of Conflict
Our brain is more than just an organ. It is a huge network of billions of pulsating neurons which do not operate in isolation. Joining forces with other disciplines and specialties, neuroscience bridges the gap from an individual cell’s behavior to social conflict. Our mutual journey starts with the cutting-edge research of neuroscience from molecular to social. We will explore how our brain “storms”, how the different structures of the brain are interconnected and how they relate to other parts of our body. We will examine this process in a conflict situation to analyze what impact it has on the way we feel, think and act. With humor and short stories we will focus on how this findings can substantially support your daily practice.
Dates & Times
There are no upcoming events at this time.
Please note: Class is limited in size. Class registration closes one week before registration.
Who can take these courses?
Anyone who is currently a mediator or wants to help others transform their relationships and resolve conflicts more successfully. This course will also be valuable for attorneys, judges, paralegals and others involved in the mediation process.
As a medical doctor, Dr. Weber has been negotiating and bridging diversity across healthcare sectors and beyond during the past 30 years of her professional career. She has been involved in mediation for almost 15 years and has served a board member of the EUCON - European Institute for Conflict Management and Business Mediation - for over several years. She was an initiator of the ADR, Mediation and Negotiation Group for Healthcare and Life Sciences in Germany and published a book on mediation for healthcare in 2011. Dr. Weber, currently based in Germany near Munich, is a practicing psychiatrist and psychotherapist. She also works as a mediator and a consultant. www.mediation-weber.net
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