Professional Details

Robyn Short

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25 Highland Park Village
100-810
Dallas, TX 75205
USA
214-240-4503

Description of Practice

Robyn Short's alternative dispute resolution services illuminate paths to peace, helping individuals, teams, organizations and communities navigate conflict productively and collaboratively. My mission is to be a peacemaker, helping clients understand and navigate conflict with integrity and mutual concern for the well being of all parties, thereby creating a ripple effect of positive change.

Services include: Civil Mediation, Facilitation, Conflict Coaching, Corporate Training, and the Development and Implementation of Restorative Justice Models

Professional Background

Robyn Short holds three certificates in mediation and has expertise in transformative mediation and restorative justice models for dispute resolution. Whether in a corporate, nonprofit, academic or home environment, Robyn assists parties in discovering the root causes of their conflicts, so they may transform their relationships and create new and productive paths forward individually and as teams. Robyn helps organizations through mediation, facilitation, onsite conflict training seminars, leadership training and dialogue circles.

Degrees

Robyn holds a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Auburn University, a Masters in Liberal Arts from Southern Methodist University and a Masters in Conflict Management and Dispute Resolution from Southern Methodist University.

Training

Dates    Trainer(s)    Title   
2012    Southern Methodist University, Richard Blackburn    Transformative Mediation, 40 Hours
2012    Southern Methodist University, Dr. John Potter    Basic Mediation, 40 Hours
2012    Southern Methodist University, Nina Meierding    Gender, Culture & Dispute Resolution, 40 Hours
2012    Southern Methodist University    Negation, 80 Hours
2013    Southern Methodist University    Conflict in Media, 40 Hours
2013    Southern Methodist University, Stephanie Frogge, MTS     Restorative Justice, 40 Hours
2014    Southern Methodist University, Dr. Tom Hartsell    Mediation Practicum, 20 Hours
2015    University of Texas, Marilyn Armour, LICSW, Ph.D. & Stephanie Frogge, MTS     Victim Offender Mediation, 20 Hours

Approach

Mediation is a process for parties to achieve their desired outcome; therefore, I respect and follow the interests of the parties. Taking a facilitative approach, I help parties problem-solve and achieve agreements as efficiently as possible. When parties will maintain a relationship after an agreement is achieved, a transformative approach may be implemented.

Fees

Per-Party Fees for Mediation and Consultation Services are based on Half-Day ($400.00 per party) and Full-Day ($800.00 per party)

Hourly Fee of $150 per Hour for the Following:
The hourly fee may be pro-rated and charged for work required by your mediator between sessions, such as: Text, email and phone communications; coordinating services with other professionals involved in mediation process; Administrative tasks associated with mediation process

Areas of Practice

  • Community
  • Criminal
  • Organizational
  • Police
  • Restorative (Criminal)
  • Restorative (Juvenile)
  • Victim - Offender
  • Workplace

Professional Services

  • Mediator
  • Communication Skills Trainer
  • Mediation Consultant
  • Staff Developer
  • Conflict Coach
  • Strategic Planning

References available upon request.

This dispute resolution professional keeps liability insurance.

Attachments

      Neuroscience of Peace.pdf Neuroscience of Peace.pdf