The Use of Self at the Mediator's Table
Developing our capacity for “Being” in addition to “Doing” 
Facilitated by Jeanne Cleary

Friday, March 31, 2017
4:00-4:30pm: wine & cheese mix & mingle 
Come to this engaging seminar with Jeanne Cleary in which we will focus on how we as mediators use ourselves as one of the primary tools in the mediator’s toolbox. In this session, Jeanne will help us explore the dimensions of the use of Self at the table; how to use our authenticity; what do we mean by “presence” and what does this matter in conflict resolution? What are the personal qualities and relational capacities that make us most effective at helping people in conflict?
Jeanne will also share some of her strategies for developing and growing our internal and interpersonal capacities, and the qualities of being that invite and inspire the best in others. 
Please bring examples from your mediation experiences of particular challenging situations and we will ground this seminar work in actual practice challenges through discussion and demonstration.
Location: CDSC 60 Gore Street. Cambridge, MA 02141
Cost: $95
CDSC Pro Bono Mediators: $35 (Use discount code CDSCMEDIATOR)
Only 25 spots available

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Facilitated by Jeanne Cleary, mediator/psychotherapist

About Jeanne:

Jeanne is a long-time mediator, trainer/teacher, and relational psychotherapist in private practice in Watertown.  

She is passionate about human potential through relational engagement


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