Nan Burnett

Nan Burnett Nan is a transformative high conflict mediator, psychotherapist, conflict systems design consultant, and a founding partner in Dispute Resolution Professionals, Inc.  Nan is an Advanced Practitioner in ACR.  She is the immediate past Chair of the ACR Spirituality Section.  Nan has been on the faculty at Regis University since 1999. She designed and is the lead facilitator for the Rocky Mountain Retreat. Nan is the author of a daily spiritual practice book entitled Calm in the Face of the Storm: Spiritual Daily Practice for the Peacemaker, the winner of the 2008 Gold Medal for Spirituality/Inspiration at the National Independent Book Publishers Awards, [IPPY], presented in Los Angeles in May 2008.  She serves on the Board of Directors of Mediators Beyond Borders. www.mediatorsbeyondborders.org  She is also a member of AFCC, CCMO, the ADR section of the CBA, the ADR Section of the ABA, and the Master Mediator Institute. 


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Website: www.calminthefaceofthestorm.com

Articles and Video:

High Conflict Mediation As A First Intervention With Intractable Couples (03/29/10)
Therapeutic high conflict mediation is an approach to the engagement of conflict that aims to develop more effective and preventive skills with reactive couples. It is short term and goal directed.

Book Review Of Collaborative Divorce Handbook: Helping Families Without Going To Court (09/25/09)
Forrest S. 'Woody' Mosten has been a visionary trailblazer for over 30 years. The first time I heard Woody speak was in Denver in the late 1990’s. The topic was Unbundling Legal Services. I remember thinking, boy is he courageous! I contemplated the resistance he would surely face from the rest of legal community. When you get to know Woody, you quickly discover that he is a champion of the ones who have no voice, the client drowning in conflict; a change agent on a very large scale.