Oregon Mediation Association
  



PO Box 40041
Portland, OR 97240
Phone: 503-872-9775

OMA Conference 2010 Registration Form

OMA Members pay a reduced conference registration fee.
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Please use one form for each person who will be attending the Conference.
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Workshop Sign-Up:

Space is limited for workshop sessions and preferences will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Please indicate your first and second preferences for each timeslot. If your first choice is full and you do not indicate your second choice, you will be assigned one. If you register for a three-hour workshop, you are expected to attend both sessions. To read full descriptions of each workshop, please download the conference brochure by clicking here.

Friday Workshop Session #1
Session - 10:45 am - 12:15 pm
1a - “Immunity to Change”, Karen Hannan and Karl Hunrick (Part 1 of 2)
1b - “Water Conflict Management & Transformation: Will the wars of the next century really be over water?”, Denis Lofman, Dena Marshall, Natasha Bellis, Kevin Scribner and Aaron Wolf (Part 1 of 2)
1c - “Ending Workplace Bullying”, Alanna Hein
1d - “Using Leaders as Conveners ”, Steve Greenwood
1e - “Parental Involvement - Custody and Parenting Time Challenges ”, Linda Scher
1f - “Working (and Mediating) Across Generations; Exploring Dynamics, Challenges, and Opportunities”, Carrie Heltzel and Jessica Ference
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Friday Workshop Session #2
Session - 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm
2a - “Continuation of 1a - Immunity to Change”, Karen Hannan and Karl Hunrick
2b - “Continuation of 1b - Water Conflict Management & Transformation: Why Haven’t We Gotten to Yes in Oregon on Water Quality?”, Denis Lofman, Dena Marshall, Natasha Bellis, Kevin Scribner and Aaron Wolf
2c - “The 'Art' of Effective Cross-Cultural Mediation Crossing the Bridge: Skills for Mediating”, Sukhsimranjit Singh
2d - “. Can the Natural Environment Teach Us How to Get to Yes? ”, Donna Silverberg, Robin Gumpert and Erin Halton
2e - “. Mediating From the Inside Out: Part 1: Discovering (and Keeping in Check) Your Own Biases and Culture as Mediator”, Aileen Hood and Kevin Grant
2f - “Dealing with the Past in Mediation”, Carrie Menkel-Meadow
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Friday Workshop Session #3
Session - 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
3a - “Mediating Relationship Agreements”, Joshua Kadish
3b - “Dispute Resolution Approaches to Achieve Government Policy Reform: The 'O' vs. Other Government Collaborative Public Process Engines”, Michael Mills and Jamie Damon
3c - “Compassionate Communication: The Power of Empathy and Connection in Mediation (and all Your Relationships)”, Kathy Masarie and Jody Bellant-Scheer
3d - “Continuation of 2d - Can the Natural Environment Teach Us How to Get to Yes?”, Donna Silverberg, Robin Gumpert and Erin Halton
3e - “Continuing of 2e - Mediating From the Inside Out: Honoring Different Cultures and Finding Common Ground in Mediation”, Aileen Hood and Kevin Grant
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Saturday Workshop Session #4
Session - 9:30 am - 11:00 am
4a - “Mediating with Picasso: How does your creativity enhance and influence your mediation practice? ”, Louise Neilson
4b - “Really Hearing One Another: Building Bridges for Connection - The Interpersonal Neurobiology of Communication ”, Sarah Peyton
4c - “Confidentiality - Implications and Applications ”, Cathy Bennett, Larry Coady and Sam Imperati
4d - “Dollars and Sense for Mediators ”, Wallace Kaufman
4e - “Hey, Dude - Like, What's a Parenting Plan”, Lisa Mayfield and Gail Friedly
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Saturday Workshop Session #5
Session - 11:15 am - 12:45 am
5a - “Breaking Impasses: Tips, Tricks, Traps & Tools ”, Paul Allen, Cathy Bennett and Sam Imperati
5b - “Collaborative Urban Design Workshop: Resolving Conflict Through Designing”, Anthony Noble
5c - “The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right”, Molly Rodriguez-Keating and Mary Forst
5d - “Negotiating Shadows: Stuck on 'No', Bridging Gaps On Our Way to 'Yes'”, Grace Eagle-Reed
5e - “Continuation of 4e - Hey, Dude - Like, What's a Parenting Plan”, Lisa Mayfield and Gail Friedly
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Saturday Workshop Session #6
Session - 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
6a - “Developing Dialogue Between the Parties ”, Tsipora Dimant and Lee Hamilton
6b - “Online Parent Education and the Impact on Domestic Relations Mediation ”, Michael Belsky, Donna Austen, Lisa Horwitch, Janice Garceau and Donald Gordon
6c - “Hot Topics in Mediation”, Lisa Amato and Harry Auerbach
6d - “Getting to YES Quicker: Conflict Coaching as a Pre-mediation Tool ”, Berry Kruijning (test)
6e - “Culture Counts: Getting Beyond a One-Size-Fits-All Framework for Conflict Resolution ”, Linda Isako Angst
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