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Mediator Musings with Daniel Myers

Daniel Myers
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I became aware of the importance of process to family law clients, not just outcomes.

Daniel Myers

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In this episode Joanne Law chats with Daniel Myers from R B Flinders.

Daniel is a family lawyer, nationally accredited mediator, collaborative law practitioner and has completed a graduate diploma in psychology.

Originally from Manchester in England he now makes Melbourne his home. 

Daniel is very client focued and is on the Interact Support Legal Panel to provide a fixed fee, high quality legal advice and strategy session to help clients to understand their legal position and options.

He understands the importance of the process for Family Law Clients and has spent many years educating himself on negotiation and psychology, “the science of how we think, feel and act”

Use the links above or the links to some of his blogs below to find out more about Daniel Myers.

You can call Daniel on 0448 492 167

Daniels Firm has an excellent display of resources that you may be interested in. Mediation Brochure –http://www.rbflinders.com.au/resources/#mediation-brochure

Mediator Musings with Daniel Myers

Mediator Musings with Daniel Myers

Daniel Myers is a family lawyer and mediator based in Melbourne. In this episode of Mediator Musings he talks about the journey literally and in terms of his knowledge that has brought him to where he is today.

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Mediator Musings with Andrew Fa’avale

Andrew Fa'avale
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Pacific people believe that we are relational beings

Andrew Fa'avale

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In this episode Joanne Law chats with Andrew Fa’avale. Andrew has been a mediator, barrister and solicitor and academic in New Zealand and Australia. 

He now is focused on programs that support in particular people of pacific island heritage helping to build understanding about culture through sharing concepts like “cultural humility” to replace “cultural competence” training.

He does a lot of work with young people and also with policy-makers to help build capacity to work towards a future that fits the values and identity of all Australians. 

 
Andrew is Chair and Co-Founder of MANA Pasifika, a non-profit organisation that seeks to support Pasifika peoples in Australia to thrive.
 
They have a research centre and offer cultural training, scholarships and grants, mentoring programs, education and training pathways, cultural programs, and consultancy services.
 
Use the links below Andrew’s picture to find out more about him and his work.
 
Below you can view a TEDxQUT talk that Andrew did in 2017

Mediator Musings with Paul Rajkowski

Paul Rajkowski
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There is a just a process and a structure for mediation. The people have the freedom within that structure to be as creative and dynamic thinking as possible.

Paul Rajkowski

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In this episode Joanne chats with mediator and mediation trainer Paul Rajkowskil from the US. Paul is retired now but still very interested in the industry and has a long term view of the original intention of mediation to promote empowerment and self-determination of the clients of the mediator.

Paul’s experience as a trainer comes through in his clear explanations of what he is explaining for example the example of a reframe around 20 minutes into the chat.

 

Read Paul's articles on Mediate.com

During a personal court process, Paul learned about mediation. Intrigued, he took several courses in mediation, becoming a Rule 31 Tennessee listed mediator and mediation trainer. After ten years of training and mediating, also judging mediation competitions at university, Paul retired so that he and his wife can travel. Mediations still on his mind, though, and he is on a mission to keep alive the original concept of mediation as he understands it. In that quest, he has written several articles and intends to keep writing.

Mediator Musings with Natalie Armstrong Motin

Natalie Armstrong Motin
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Natalie Armstrong Motin

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In this episode Joanne chats with Natalie Armstrong Motin.  Natalie is based in Normandy in France.

She is a dispute resolution professional who has established an international business to help mediators to market their professional practices.

She is the author of “The Essential Guide to Marketing your ADR Practice”back in 2001 and has gone on to be a guest speaker around the world. 

 

On of the easiest things to do is to sit down and plan out a calendar for your marketing for the next year or two.

Mediator Musings with Sue Armstrong

Sue Armstrong

My purpose professionally is to facilitate understanding, connection and agency - as a mediator, coach, mentor, educator, researcher, lawyer, and in board leadership roles.

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Mediator Musings with Sue Armstrong

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Sue is a highly experienced professional who mainly works with helping to deal with family conflicts.

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Law
  • Adjunct Professor
  • Mediator (NMAS)
  • Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner
  • Elder mediator
  • Lawyer
  • Collaborative Practice Coach
  • Conflict Management Coach
  • Compassionate Communication (NVC) Coach
  • Researcher & author
  • Educator
  • Facilitator

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