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Poszczególnych mierze opowieść alfredsson nie battle of arcadias i technik reflecting the attention and accolades back to the trainees. As I sat there, wondering where the time went, looking back with gratitude on a truly transformational week, I reflected on the impact that this week had on me personally. While teaching with Woody have helped bring out the best teacher me, I was more impacted by role as a student. Watching Woody do his work, and seeing him bring out the best work eighteen other people, has enriched me as a peacemaker, and as a person. Woody has become a dear friend, as well as a mentor, and has left a lasting impact on work. I am eternally grateful for this opportunity. Ousky, Collaborative Attorney and Mediator Co-author of The Collaborative Way to Divorce and past IACP President I am often disappointed with the availability of quality educational or training opportunities I was thoroughly impressed with the quality of actual training, information and education. such a short time, Woody's mediation training was to able to provide invaluable insight and skills. It was a fantastic experience!! Of the 400+ hours of ADR training I have received over the years, Woody Mosten's Basic Mediation Course tops list all respects. week Los as Assistant Trainer Intern this course was a gift to myself, career, and to the people I to serve the future. As a mental health professional with no legal training, I signed up for Woody's course with a degree of trepidation wondering if the content might be too far out of wheel house. I was pleased to discover just the opposite that anyone with a passion for peacemaking has something valuable to bring to the mediation table. I found myself among a collection of like minded colleagues from varying professional backgrounds. I started the course with a vague notion that I wanted to learn how to be impactful for children and families affected by divorce preventatively rather than attempting to clinically treat the trauma triggered by a heavily litigated process. I walked away with a much richer concept of what mediation can do to positively affect people's lives and next steps to take to grow a mediation practice. After over five decades on this planet, over three decades working law firms and the legal services industry, and over two decades of searching for a way to practice law with a mindset that is about healing and not destruction, I find myself stranded on a bench the at LAX due to a snow storm preventing any airline from delivering me back to current home the Midwest to start a multi-day custody trial.Lacking clear guidance on how one should or might act or think under these particular circumstances, I'm left with much time to with four hours until the next scheduled flight, weather permitting, I have taken IPadMini and stylist hand to attempt to put into words experience this past week Westwood, California, serving as assistant trainer with mentor and friend, Woody Mosten. For those who have not yet experienced Woody's 40-hour mediation training, let me first described the setting for the mediator, peacemaker, Woody, and his therapist wife, turn their beautiful family home, on a tree lined street near into a mini-campus for five days.Twice a year they host 18 professionals all seeking to explore, expand or start mediation or peacemaking practice.The students and assistant trainers gather and 's family room converted to a classroom complete with white boards, projector, screen and gong from Tibet used to make the passage of time.The Mostens' patio, garden, dining room, home offices and hallways become breakout spaces for role-plays, debriefs, peacemaking circles and mealtimes. Over the five days the students take a fictional divorcing couple, and from conflict to resolution from turmoil to peace. The students and assistant trainers come from various disciplines and industries law, mental health, finance, nursing, business, real estate and even the arts.The trainees and other assistant trainers I was privileged to work with over the five days included accomplished litigators, a cardiac psychologist, a financial planner, and a lawyer turned one-women stand-up performer.Their paths to Woody's home-classroom be varied but on the first day it became clear quickly that the reasons for being there are quiet similar.The students, bar none, are life learners search of ways to live and serve those looking for ways out of conflict.Some of the participants are themselves products of devastating family conflicts one student poignantly shared how at the age of six she was made testify her grandparents divorce.Others shared about the scorched earth proceedings they, their families, their friends or their clients experienced courthouses around the country a few of those proceedings ending with suicide or years of dysfunction for the children or the extended families. I have participated and have presented at similar professional trainings over the last twenty years. Typically these types of programs start with the trainer going around the room having the participants introduce themselves to the group.However, from hour one Woody turned the introduction task into a learning and sharing opportunity.Students were divided into pairs and sent to the various breakout spaces for 20 minutes to interview one another using only open questions.When the large group reconvened each one of the pair introduced the other for one minute summarizing the highlights of the other's life, journey, professional and personal experience.This exercise helped with honing listening, reframing, questioning and reporting skills essential for