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SADR Seminar: Mediation in Domestic Intimate Partner Abuse (DIPA) Cases

Started Jul 27, 2010 0 Replies

DVCC, Project Harmony and The Sarpy Center Present:    Mediation in Domestic Intimate Partner Abuse (DIPA) Cases:  The Ethical Responsibility of ProvidersThursday July 29, 2010 CLE's,  CEU's &…Continue

Tags: Dispute, Resolution, Mediation, Facilitation, Alternative

NE CONFERENCE: Mediation in Domestic Intimate Partner Abuse (DIPA) Cases: The Ethical Responsibility of Providers

Started Jul 19, 2010 0 Replies

   DVCC, Project Harmony and The Sarpy Center Present:    Mediation in Domestic Intimate Partner Abuse (DIPA) Cases:  The Ethical Responsibility of ProvidersThursday July 29, 2010 CLE's,  CEU's &…Continue

Tags: resolution, mediators, litem, dipa, specialized


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Profile Information

What is your profession and title?
JD, Mediator/Educator
What is your ADR experience? (trainings and education)
Curriculum Vitae
James E. Shaul
email: jimshaul@shaulmediation.com
Creighton School Of Law
Jurist Doctorate – May 2006
University of Nebraska Lincoln
Master of Arts: August 1993
Major: Classical Greek / Koine Greek
Minor: Classical Latin / Religion & Philosophy
University of Nebraska Omaha
Bachelor of General Studies: May 1991
Major: Religion
Minor: History

Mediation Training
 Three credit‐hour course in Mediation at Creighton Law School
 Three credit‐hour course in Legal Interviewing, Negotiation, and Counseling at
Creighton Law School
 Thirty‐hour Basic course in Mediation Theory and Practice – NMCA ‐ Spring 2006
Focusing on Conflict Resolution
 Family Mediation Training – NMCA ‐Spring 2006
 Juvenile Victim/Offender Mediation Training – Concord ‐ Fall 2006
 Advanced Family Mediation Training – NMCA ‐Spring 2007
 Specialized Alternative Dispute Resolution Training (SADR – High Conflict
Mediation) – Winter 2007/8
 Child Support Mediation Training – NMCA Training class – Spring 2008
 AFCC Parent Coordinator/High Conflict Family Training – Fall 2008
 Mediation Coaching – NMCA ‐ Ongoing
 Elder Mediation Training – Elder Decisions – Boston, MA ‐ Fall 2008
 SADR Mediation Workshop ‐ NMCA – Winter 2008
 FGC Training – NMCA ‐ Winter 2009
 Pre‐Hearing Conference Workshop ‐ NMCA – Spring 2009
Mediation Experience
 Small Claims Court Mediation – Sarpy Co. Courthouse (Concord Center / Omaha)
 Family / Divorce Mediation (Concord Center / Omaha)
 Juvenile Victim Offender Mediation (Concord Center / Omaha)
 Family / Divorce Mediation (SE Conciliation Center / Beatrice)
 Family Group Mediation (Neb. Justice Center /Fremont)
 Divorce Mediation (Conciliation Court / Omaha)
 Elder Mediation (Center for Law & Justice / Fremont)
 Co‐taught a Basic Mediation course at Creighton Law School/Werner Institute
 Served on the ODR Education & Training Subcomittee on State Standards for
 Family Group Conference Co‐facilitation (Neb. Justice Center /Fremont)
 Juvenile Protective Custody Facilitation (Douglas County Juvenile Court)
 Mediation Coaching (NMCA)
 Mediator Training / Mentoring (Neb. Justice Center /Fremont)
 Mediation Coaching – Concord Center – Spring 2009
What, if any, ADR organizations or groups do you belong to?
AFCC, NMA, Heartland Mediators Association, Mediate.com, Douglas County Conciliation Court, Nebraska Justice Center
What are you hoping to get from ADRhub.com
Do you/your company have a website?
What other ADR related sites do you visit?
Mediate.com, AFCC, NMA
What else do you want to tell the ADRhub.com community (what you are up to, what you would like to do in ADR, etc.)
As much an art as it is a science – is the process of creating an atmosphere of safety, trust, and the power to finally be heard.

At Shaul Mediation & Family Services we take people right where they are... and where they are is often in a place where meaningful communication has become impossible. Sometimes the relationships have been strained to the point of breaking down completely.

What we offer here is hope… possibly of full restoration or reconciliation, possibly the hope of finding a place to stand in peace as you go your separate ways. In either case, we strive for unity as to what a brighter future will look like individually.

Our goal is to bridge the gap between conflict and healing.

Shaul Mediation is people. It is people who care and are trained to meet you where you are and help take you where you want to go. We have several trained mediators, facilitators, and instructors available, including those trained to handle high conflict situations. We are here no matter what your struggle or tension involves. Whether you are a mom or dad who needs some wisdom in parenting through a difficult stage in life, a spouse going through a divorce who needs a parenting plan, or an adult child who has an aged parent who is resisting a needed transition into assisted living, we are here to help you talk through the tension and work through the strife.

Shaul Mediation & Family Services is committed to bringing the mediation services as well as the education and training needed to promote and encourage healthy interpersonal relationships, family unity, effective child rearing, safe and nurturing parental dynamics, and financially responsible and rewarding business relations.

We look forward to meeting you… and serving you.

Jim Shaul

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