Juliana Birkhoff: Training Lacks Teaching of Complex Knowledge Processing – Video

Juliana Birkhoff explains mediators’ mental process when they’re in the room and says that the type of knowledge processing that occurs there can only be learned from mediating cases – not through a training course.

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Juliana Birkhoff

Juliana E. Birkhoff is an experienced mediator, facilitator, trainer, and conflict resolution scholar. She focuses her practice on complex scientific and technical problems about water quality and quantity, watershed planning and restoration, land use and development, pesticides and chemicals policies and community right to know issues, and other natural resources and public health… MORE >

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