Myra Warren Isenhart, Ph.D. teaches, writes and consults about ADR. Currently an adjunct faculty member at the Regis University Graduate Program in Conflict Resolution, she designs and teaches courses such asThe Psychology of Conflict and Organizational Conflict Management. Previously, she served on faculties at the University of Denver, the University of Colorado at Denver and St. Thomas Theological Seminary. Her B.A. is from Wellesley College, her MA & PhD in Human Communication are from the University of Denver.
Myra has extensive training in Alternative Dispute Resolution, including seminars from CDR and Harvard Law School. Dr. Isenhart has thirty years of experience in consulting, training and coaching communication skills for the workplace. She is the author of many articles and the co-author of Collaborative Approaches to Resolving Conflict (2000) and Negotiation As A Way of Life (2003), both published by Sage. Her latest research topic is forgiveness.