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From Chip Rose (10/17/13)
Having been a subscriber/member since its inception, I am very grateful for the role that Mediate.com has played in advancing the field, creating a phenomenal library of dispute resolution literature, and offering practitioners with hands-on access to their individual websites. What is even more impressive are the creation of the internet technologies that are being used by institutions, as well as individuals, to deal with dynamic human interactions that go well beyond the limited plane of mediation. The staff of Mediate.com have created both a domain for practitioners and an unending fountain of technological ingenuity that makes it unique in its field. Congratulations to Jim and the staff for an amazing job.
Resolve-O-Matic (humor video) (03/08/13)
Join Chip Rose and Don Saposnek for their tongue-in-check infomercial for Resolve-O-Matic. Hear about all of the many benefits and how Resolve-O-Matic will change your life for the better.
Mediation Training Academy (humor video) (03/05/13)
This tongue in cheek video shows two instructors at "The Mediation Academy" discussing mediation fee arrangements and 12 steps to avoid mediator emotional co-dependency. Be sure to to check out all of our continuing education offerings at Mediate.com University.
The Perfect Mediation (humor video) (02/27/13)
The Perfect Mediation is a 4 minute video showing how easy mediation can sometimes be. Be sure to to check out all of our continuing education offerings at Mediate.com University.
The True Beginning of Mediation (humor video) (02/25/13)
The True Beginning of Mediation is an 8 minute tongue-in-cheek documentary tracing mediation's roots to Woodstock. Join Sunshine, A.J. and Jerry the Macrame Mediator for good laughs, and be sure to to check out all of our continuing education offerings at Mediate.com University!
Interview with Chip Rose (08/11/12)
This is the complete interview by Robert Benjamin with Chip Rose, a national leader in the fields of divorce mediation and collaborative practice, filmed as part of Mediate.com's "The Mediators: Views from the Eye of the Storm" Series.
Chip Rose: Mediation as Performance Art - Video (08/07/10)
Chip Rose describes the art of mediation and how mediators can use different styles to increase their effectiveness.
Mediation and Collaborative Law with Chip Rose (1 hour video) (06/27/10)
This one-hour video is of Chip Rose's one-hour plenary presentation to the Utah Council on Conflict Resolution and Utah Law School on conflict resolution, mediation and collaborative practice.
Chip Rose: Mediation and Collaborative Law - Video (05/29/10)
Chip Rose notes that the field of collaborative law is in its adolescence and there is tension between the collaborative law people who think they are creating something new when in reality mediators have been helping divorcing couples for decades. The history and experience in the mediation field is not always fully appreciated and valued.
Chip Rose: Growth of Collaborative Law - Video (04/02/10)
Chip Rose provides a comprehensive overview of how the collaborative law field developed and the tension and frustration experienced along the way between the lawyers and non-lawyers who finally came together a few years ago and agreed upon a mission statement.
Preview: "The Craft of Collaborative Practice" DVD Course (11/22/09)
This is a preview of the Mediate.com video: "The Craft of Collaborative Practice" with Chip Rose. Full information on this 7 DVD Set is at available here.
Preview: "The Lighter Side of Mediation" DVD (09/22/09)
This is a preview of the humor DVD "The Lighter Side of Mediation" featuring Chip Rose and Don Saposnek. Full information is available here
Rose, Chip: From Litigator to Mediator - Video (08/15/09)
Chip Rose says he jumped into the practice of mediation in about two weeks. When he heard about mediation it made so much sense that he made the switch very quickly and easily.
Chip Rose: Attraction to Client Self-Determination - Video (07/23/09)
Chip Rose discusses his inspiration for starting out in mediation; the process allowed people to have control of their lives.
Rose, Chip: Personal Background Creates Comfort with Conflict - Video (06/15/09)
Chip Rose's parents had a lot of conflict in their relationship so he was very comfortable as a divorce litigator. His family life prepared him to deal with conflict.
Rose, Chip: Professional Intimacy and Trust - Video (05/15/09)
Chip Rose compares mediation with collaborative law and notes that in mediation he is able to meet with parties in private caucuses which allows him the ability to build trust and intimacy and this does not happen in collaborative law where the parties are in the same room throughout the process.
Rose, Chip: Why Pay Two Collaborative Lawyers - Video (05/15/09)
Parties who are not clear about the purpose, value and definition of mediation may think they need a collaborative lawyer to attend the mediation session with them. Chip works with the parties to educate them about their rights.
Rose, Chip: Frustrations with Legal System - Video (05/15/09)
Chip Rose talks about his extensive experience as a divorce litigator and how frustrated he became with the process mostly because there was no flexibility or ability to relate to the other client other than through the attorney.
Rose, Chip: Objective of Mediation - Video (05/15/09)
Chip Rose's perspective is that the objective of mediation is to assist parties in being collaborative, using a client-centered approach. Attorney mediators coming into the field might have a different objective.
Chip Rose: Secrets of Success- Video (05/07/09)
Chip Rose describes his tenacity as being the biggest reason for his success as a mediator. He also gives credit to the mediators he met through AFM who taught him about process and the client-centered approach.
Rose, Chip: Beginnings of Collaborative Law - Video (01/15/09)
Chip Rose talks about his first introduction to collaborative law and how it seemed to fill the gap between traditional litigation and the kind of divorce mediation he was practicing which was clients with no lawyers.
The Client-Centered Process: Common Ground for Mediators And Collaborative Professionals (03/24/08)
The Client-Centered Process: Common Ground for Mediators In his “Letters to a Young Poet,” the Czech poet, Rainer Maria Rilke counsels a young man who sent some of his work to the aging artist seeking his opinion. In one of the most memorable portions of the correspondence, Rilke encouraged his young artist friend to find comfort by “living in the question”—trusting that to do so was a far more productive endeavor than obsessing about the answers. I cannot think of a more appropriate point of professional departure for those of us who work with interpersonal, relational conflict than to practice the art of “living in the question.”
The Client-Centered Process: Common Ground for Mediators And Collaborative Professionals (02/25/08)
In his “Letters to a Young Poet,” the Czech poet, Rainer Maria Rilke counsels a young man who sent some of his work to the aging artist seeking his opinion. In one of the most memorable portions of the correspondence, Rilke encouraged his young artist friend to find comfort by “living in the question”—trusting that to do so was a far more productive endeavor than obsessing about the answers. I cannot think of a more appropriate point of professional departure for those of us who work with interpersonal, relational conflict than to practice the art of “living in the question.”
The Collaborative (R)evolution (12/12/04)
In the field of conflict resolution, the contemporaneous emergence of the modern mediation movement began a course change that is nothing short of revolutionary. If we tracked the arc of that change like a Saturn rocket, mediation was the first stage lift off and Collaborative Law is the second stage booster.
The Psychology Of Divorce (03/04/04)
In helping couples to successfully negotiate the ending of their marital relationship, it is vital for the divorce professional to understand the underlying dynamics of the family as a system and of the divorce process; the professional must grasp how the divorce crisis influences and is influenced by both family structure and family process.
The Creative Solution: Sibling Non-Rivalry (07/28/03)
Either the Collaborative Law (CL) movement has already sprouted in your community or it will in the near future. The growth of this latest entry into the dispute resolution field demonstrates meaningful similarities to and differences from the emergence of the modern mediation movement beginning in the early 1970’s. In every sense, these two movements are siblings, evolving from a common gene pool. 1 Comment
Collaborative Concepts (03/11/02)
As the Collaborative Family Law model moves into its second decade of expansion, we can observe how far it has come and how far it has yet to go. The two most frequently expressed frustrations I hear while training around the country and across Canada are, the difficulty in getting cases, on the one hand, and the difficulty in keeping the case collaborative, on the other. As was true for mediation in the decades of the 80's, the desire of the professionals is out pacing the consumer demand.
Introduction To Collaborative Negotiating (01/09/01)
The core of the collaborative process is to facilitate the making of agreements. To be effective in this role, it is necessary to make a mental shift in the mindset that one brings to viewing both the nature of the conflict and the elements inherent in the personalities, characteristics and resources of the parties.
Sample Stipulation For Collaborative Law (01/08/01)
Petitioner SUSAN SMART and Respondent SAMUEL SMART, and their respective attorneys, enter into the following stipulations with respect to the above-captioned Family Law action now pending before the Court:
Why Collaborative Law? (03/30/00)
The most profound development in the legal profession is the rapidly growing field collaborative law. Collaborative law refers to an approach to dispute resolution in which the parties are represented by counsel of their own choosing, however the attorneys are chosen because they belong to an identified group or association and have made a commitment to represent their clients in reaching a settlement without resorting to any form of litigation or any adjudicatory procedure. 2 Comments
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