WORKSHOP: New Ways for Mediation of High Conflict Disputes

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“New Ways for Mediation of High Conflict Disputes” with Megan Hunter


Megan Hunter is the Co-Founder of the High Conflict Institute, a training and consulting company for high conflict dispute resolution in the USA. She worked as  a case manager and child support and family law specialist in the Nebraska and  Arizona Family Law Courts for over a decade before co-founding the HCI in 2006.  Megan is a renowned trainer and public speaker and has been presenting  extensively across the USA, Canada and Australia since 1996. She is a Past  President of the Nebraska Child Support Enforcement Association, the Arizona  Family Support Council and the Arizona Chapter of the Association of Family and  Conciliation Courts.

The Workshop will explore:

  • Understanding conflict styles
  • Personality patterns of high conflict behaviour
  • Working with resistance
  • Practice skills for FDRPs (process & personal)
  • Communicating with high conflict clients

Date: Thursday, 14 August 2014
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Registration at 8:30 a.m. for 8:45 a.m. start)
Venue: JCU Halls of Residence, Endeavour Room – James Cook University
Cost: $55.00 (includes full catering)
RSVP: Wednesday, 06 August 2014
The workshop costs have been subsidized by NQ Family Law Pathways Network.
For further information please contact: NQ FLPN Project Officer – Miriam Owato

Telephone: 07 4779 4211 or email:


Please view the attached registration form: MH Flyer & Registration Form