Comments: The Spiritual Aspects Of Collaborative Law
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Dr Pieter , gauteng SA firstname.lastname@example.org 05/12/07
BRILLIANT WRITTEN DR PIETER KISHOFF FOR THE PAST 15 YEARS I HAVE BEEN PRACTIZING SUCH MEDIATION AT LEAST NOW IT HAS A TERM FOR MY TOTAL EXPERIENCE OF 33 YEARS PRACTIZING SUCH MEDIATION HAS BEEN THE MOST REWARDING OF ALL... .. FORENSIC MEDIATOR AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST I ALWAYS ONE OF THE FOUNDING MEMBERS OF OUR FAMILY COURTS SYSTEM IN SA ..WE HAVE THE SAME AND VERY SERIOUS PROBLEM OF ADVERSARY IN OUR SOCIETY AND THIS YEAR I HAVE EXPERIENCED THE WORST OF ALL AGGRESSION IN MY DIVORCE MEDIATING PRACTICE !! ANY ADVICE ON HOW TO TARGET THE PUBLIC AND MEDIA MORE EFFECTIVELY?? THANK YOU FOR YOUR BRILLIANT WRITTEN ARTICLE
Stan Moore, Spokane WA email@example.com 01/20/06
Nicely written expression of the dynamics so central to family disputes and the real antidotes for the fear and anger which drives these disputes to litigation. Keep up the work collaborative lawyers do to illustrate the true importance of a substitute for the lawyer's knee jerk response to help by fighting, and of the need to cultivate true professional wisdom: to hear, to understand, and to empower our hurting clients.