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Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Interview with Cheryl Jamison

Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Video Conversation Project

Cheryl advocates for materials and courses that provide lessons in conflict management for non-professionals to resolve everyday disputes.  

Cheryl and Michael talk about the need to encourage deep and constructive conversations about race and its effects throughout society. 


Michael Lang

After 40 years I ended active practice as a mediator.  Now, I am engaged in writing, editing and mentoring.  My current project is Living Together, Separating, Divorcing: Surviving During a Pandemic, an ebook published on Amazon.  Along with my publishing partners, Peter Nicholson and Fiona McAuslan, and with the collaboration… MORE >

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