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Principles of Effective Interpersonal Communication:

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Conflict

Skills used in effective communication and conflict resolution

Mediation - this page describes the website author's approach to mediation, including the different stages of the process and comments about these relating to the Principles and Philosophies described elsewhere on the site.

Communication and Conflict in:

The Rescuer Syndrome - A major obstacle to supporting effective conflict resolution

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Video Lounge - Watch some inspirational videos.....

The Communication and Conflict Blog - Updates and edits of the site's pages

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Talk to Alan - How to have a consultation with Alan via Skype

Training

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