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Bill Eddy and Megan Hunter

Intro courses to help understand high conflict behaviour

Bill Eddy and Megan Hunter will be running two free online courses on High Conflict behaviour over the next couple of months in conjunction with the University of Newcastle and edX.

High Conflict in Law: An Introduction

The first starts on the 16th October – https://www.edx.org/course/high-conflict-in-law-an-introduction

Develop your toolkit of techniques for dealing with high-conflict behaviours. Explore how to address high-conflict scenarios in legal disputes and business settings. The course is aimed at anyone who may encounter high conflict behaviours in business, dispute resolution or legal settings.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Categorise common high-conflict behaviours.
  • Describe common high-conflict behaviours.
  • Outline causes and impacts of high-conflict behaviours.
  • Explain how an individual could effectively respond to a high-conflict situation.
  • Develop responses to deal with high-conflict situations.

High Conflict in Law: Personality Disorders and Disputes

The second starts on the 13th November – https://www.edx.org/course/high-conflict-in-law-personality-disorders-and-disputes

Learn about the relationship between some personality disorders and high-conflict behaviour. Discover how to deal with high-conflict behaviours and manage conflicts in legal and business disputes.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Outline the relationship between personality disorders and high-conflict personalities.
  • Describe some characteristics of narcissistic personality disorder, borderline personality disorder and antisocial personality disorder.
  • Describe the dispute behaviours commonly associated with each of the above disorders.
  • Explain effective communication strategies to manage high-conflict situations.

Workshop Training with Megan Hunter

Mediation Institute will be hosting a live workshop with Megan Hunter in Melbourne on the 15th November called Flipping the script on high conflict clients, customers and staff. Don’t miss it if you can be in Melbourne on the 15th!

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