The world was thrust into the virtual world with the global explosion of COVID-19 shutting down businesses, disrupting services and taking a massive toll on lives. It was a world of rapid transition and one that we had little to no experience in how to navigate. Many of [Read more . . .]
It was the eve of Christmas Eve when I reunited with my good friend, Linda. She traveled to Denver before Thanksgiving to help out her sister with a relocation and set up the new house. Then, COVID-19 hit again and she was gone for nearly four weeks. That’s [Read more . . .]
Looking back, I find it amazing that anything settled with the traditional legal approach to mediation. Both the process and the language used have been inextricably bound by courtroom ideology. That’s not how I learned mediation. I actually strayed away from the process given what I saw what [Read more . . .]
A force of reckoning and resilience and what it means for women today. I have to admit – I’m a tennis junkie. I love to watch the Tennis Channel. And, I love to play tennis. A hobbyist for many years, I started taking the sport more seriously in [Read more . . .]
Feeling unsafe is an uncomfortable feeling. In fact, it’s a risky business to be in. It’s a direct threat to a sense of survival, automatically triggering a fight, flight or freeze response. This response is biologically innate and a characteristic of all animals. Bad bossing makes us feel [Read more . . .]
Members of the Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego spoke at the 2016 MENSA annual gathering, held over the Fourth of July weekend at the Town & Country Resort. A tradition for MENSA since 1963, the Annual Gathering has grown from a two-day meet-and-greet in New York [Read more . . .]
On Wednesday, August 26, “Lunch And Learn Radio Show” on ESPN 1700 AM interviewed Dr. Debra Dupree. They discussed how Divorce Mediation was different from traditional methods of divorce and how important the psychological and social aspects of the brain affect negotiations within the context of divorce. It [Read more . . .]
On Tuesday, July 2, at 2:00 pm “Inside The Law” on ESPN 1700 AM interviewed JoAnn C Little of Triad Divorce Mediation along with Dr. Debra Dupree. They discussed how Triad Divorce Mediation was different from traditional methods of divorce and how important the psychological and social aspects of the brain affect negotiations within the context of divorce. It was an informative and inspiring interview.