Full Video Now Posted of Forum on Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice, Coaching and Limited Scope Representation

by Forrest (Woody) Mosten, Brian Galbraith

May 2021


May 21 - Beyond Mediation Forum: Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice, Coaching and Limited Scope Representation
Hosts: Brian Galbraith and Forrest (Woody) Mosten
 

What can mediators learn from the online experience of other collaborative dispute resolution professionals? How do we best integrate online mediation with conflict & life coaching, collaborative practice and limited scope representation?

The presenters are as follows:

  • Pattie Porter
  • Sam Imperati
  • Amy Skogerson
  • Adam Cordover
  • Brian Galbraith
  • Woody Mosten

Overview

In considering our theme of what mediators can learn from the online experience of other collaborative dispute resolution professionals, we will be specifically considering the following:

  • Conflict Coaching,  Pattie Porter
  • Public Policy Facilitation, Sam Imperati
  • Unbundled Services, Amy Skogerson; and
  • Collaborative Practice, Adam Cordover and Brian Galbraith

Resources:


Mosten Materials

Additional topics raised by registrants for consideration:

  • Generally speaking, how do we best integrate interdisciplinary professionals online?
  • How do we best integrate online mediation and online mediation training with conflict & life coaching?
  • How do we best integrate online mediation with collaborative practice?
  • How can we best accomplish case consultation and mentorship online?
  • What clinical opportunities for gaining mediation experience exist or could exist online?
  • How can role plays and simulations best be utilized in training mediators online?
  • How can we best utilize recorded trainee video for feedback as part of online mediation training?
  • What online mediation and online mediation training research is needed?

Forrest (Woody) Mosten

Forrest (Woody) Mosten has been in private practice as a mediator since 1979 and currently is practicing mediation and collaborative law 100% online serving clients throughout the world. Woody is a founding partner of the Mosten-Guthrie Online Training Academy for Mediators and Collaborative Professionals. He is Adjunct Professor at UCLA School of Law where he teaches Mediation, Family Law Practice, and Lawyer as Peacemaker. He and has been in private practice as a mediator since 1979.

Woody is the author of six books and numerous articles on mediation, collaborative law, legal access, and building a peacemaking career. Woody served as convener for the 1999 international symposium, Training Mediators for the 21st Century. He has been Guest Editor for the Family Court Review’s special issues 4 times, most recently for the July 2015 issue on Peacemaking for Divorcing Families.

Woody trains mediators, collaborative professionals, and lawyers in conflict resolution courses ranging from basic to master classes and trainings for mediation trainers and presents keynotes at conferences throughout the world.  In 2019, Woody received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Academy of Professional Family Mediators and, in 2020, the Southern California Mediation Association established the Forrest Mosten Star Award for Excellence and Innovation in Mediation. Woody can be reached at www.MostenMediation.com.


Brian Galbraith has mediated hundreds of cases and has assisted families in resolving all types of issues including those related to property division, support and parenting plans.  He is a leader in the field of mediation and Collaborative Practice because of his commitment to helping families through the difficult transition of separation and divorce.

Brian believes that the Court process often creates more stress and conflict whereas the mediation process helps clients develop plans that maximize the outcome for everyone – truly win – win resolutions.

Brian’s personal and professional experience and his advanced mediation skills honed over many years all contribute to Brian’s success.

The views expressed by authors are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Resourceful Internet Solutions, Inc., OnlineDisputeResolution.com or of reviewing editors.