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  • McGrath Esquire Jaclyn A Brilling Center for Dispute Settlement James M Chernetsky Kenmore 14217 United States Child Family Services Inc Center for Resolution and Justice Common Ground Dispute Resolution Inc Community Dispute Resolution Center Inc Elmira 14901 United States Community Mediation Services Andree J Cooper Riddick Riverhead 11901 United States Rosan Dacres Bobbie L Dillon MS Dispute Resolution Center Dispute Resolution Center Chenango Delaware Otsego Counties Dispute Resolution Center of

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  • New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    11 2016 9 00 AM 4 00 PM Where Map this event The Peacemaker Program 502 Court Street Suite 234 13502 Presenter Duke Fisher Contact Mark Leuthauser 315 724 1718 Go to Upcoming Event List CLICK HERE FOR FULL PAGE FLYER Export to Your Calendar Time not importing correctly You may need to adjust the event times in your calendar application for variations in daylight saving time DST or summer

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  • New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    2016 When July 16 18 2015 8 30 AM 5 30 PM Where Map this event Cornell University ILR Conference Center 140 Garden Avenue 14853 Presenter Jeff Shepardson Contact Jeff Shepardson Go to Upcoming Event List CLICK HERE FOR FULL PAGE FLYER Export to Your Calendar Time not importing correctly You may need to adjust the event times in your calendar application for variations in daylight saving time DST or

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  • New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    26 2016 When October 25 26 2016 Where Map this event Holiday Inn 232 Broadway Saratoga Springs NY 12866 United States Contact Carla Schlist 518 687 2240 ext 10 Go to Upcoming Event List Export to Your Calendar Time not importing correctly You may need to adjust the event times in your calendar application for variations in daylight saving time DST or summer time Member Login Remember Me Forgot your

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  • Calendar - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    9 00 AM 5 00 PM Export to Your Calendar Wednesday February 24 2016 NYSDRA S LOBBY DAY 2 24 2016 Location Albany NY Export to Your Calendar Tuesday March 01 2016 Making the Most of Commercial Real Estate Representing Your Clients in Arbitration and Mediation 3 1 2016 Location Central Islip NY Time 5 30 PM 9 00 PM Export to Your Calendar Friday March 04 2016 30 Hour Basic Mediation Training 3 4 2016 3 7 2016 Location Hauppauge NY Time 9 30 AM 6 30 PM Export to Your Calendar Monday March 07 2016 30 Hour Basic Mediation Training 3 7 2016 3 15 2016 Location Albany NY Time 9 00 AM 5 30 PM Export to Your Calendar Cultural Humility Training 3 7 2016 Location Newburgh NY Time 8 30 AM 4 00 PM Export to Your Calendar Friday March 11 2016 Arbitration Training 3 11 2016 Location Rochester NY Time 8 30 AM 5 00 PM Export to Your Calendar Saturday March 12 2016 Practicing Cultural Humility 3 12 2016 Location Amsterdam NY Time 8 30 AM 4 00 PM Export to Your Calendar Monday March 21 2016 3 Day Commercial Mediation Training 3 21 2016 3 23 2016 Location New York NY Time 8 30 AM 5 00 PM Export to Your Calendar Training in Restorative Practices for K 12 Schools 3 21 2016 3 22 2016 Location Saratoga Springs NY Time 9 00 AM 4 00 PM Export to Your Calendar Monday April 04 2016 3 Day Divorce Mediation Training 4 4 2016 4 6 2016 Location New York NY Time 8 30 AM 5 30 PM Export to Your Calendar Monday April 11 2016 Facilitator Training Restorative Justice for College Student Misconduct 4 11 2016 4 13 2016 Location Saratoga Springs NY

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  • Community Blogs - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    Welcome to the NYSDRA blog This blog serves as a tool to highlight current headlines discussion topics best practices and viewpoints to engage directly with statewide practitioners volunteers partners and advocates NYSDRA members are welcome to post after logging in to the website All entries will be approved by the website administator prior to being published If you have any questions please contact Carla Schlist Membership and Communications Manager at

    Original URL path: http://www.nysdra.org/members/blogs.asp (2016-02-13)
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  • Blog - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    parked everywhere People cheerfully approached these soldiers to snap selfies A bonus tourist attraction Though I have lots of strong opinions on the state of race and the criminal justice system in our country I will demur for now What I d like to share is how bizarre and disconcerting these images were How quickly curfews and militarization can become the new normal And how chilling that prospect is I mused for a bit on the toxic level of injustice and inequality that is underscored by the contrast among the gorgeous Inner Harbor the presence of military personnel and equipment and the poverty blight and hopelessness that exists mere blocks away I cogitated on the role we as dispute resolution professionals could play in righting these wrongs Then I went to the Aquarium Attached Thumbnails Tags Baltimore mediation police riots Share Permalink Comments 1 Is My Child With Special Needs Being Bullied Posted By Tara Fishler NYSDRA Board President Tuesday April 28 2015 Updated Tuesday May 05 2015 One in four kids in the U S is bullied on a regular basis That s bad enough but what s worse is that according to several studies the rates are usually two to three times higher for children with special needs In nearby Connecticut more than 50 percent of tracked bullying reports involved a student with a disability or an IEP While more and more schools are developing anti bullying programs and policies there s still a great deal of work to be done particularly for kids with special needs For many of these kids their parents will always remain their primary advocate The good news is there are proactive steps that parents can take to protect their kids and create a healthier more accepting environment in their schools and communities How Do You Know If It s Bullying In the past bullying issues were at best addressed haphazardly and at worst swept under the rug Now it s taken more seriously which is good However it s also created confusion because bullying has become a catch all phrase for all kinds of peer conflicts such as teasing and other relationship issues In addition since a child with special needs may not be able explain exactly what s happening how do you know if it s a bullying situation or just kids being kids Bullying is defined as behavior that is intentional aggressive and negative carried out repeatedly against one or more targets Bullying occurs in relationships where there is an imbalance of power between the parties involved Evaluating the balance of power in a conflict is often the best way to identify bullying versus teasing If one party is afraid of the other it s more likely to be a bullying situation When a child has special needs it can be especially hard to tell what is really going on Why Kids with Special Needs Are Targeted Kids with physical developmental intellectual behavioral sensory disabilities and even allergies are more

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  • Blog - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    manifestations Two fine institutions the legal system and the family were on a disastrous collision course There had to be a better way to manage parental conflict and to protect children I spent the next semester reading and writing about ADR That independent study changed my life goals and direction It was clear that the legal system rooted in rights based litigation was good at resolving many disputes However it was not always suited to resolving conflicts that involved restructuring important relationships ADR offered potential for collaborative problem solving and preserving personal and business relationships Dispute resolution faced legitimate challenges about the delivery of justice conflict with the mainstream legal community and problems with scaling up design funding and implementing of programs Nevertheless a shift towards social justice seemed desirable and inevitable Fast forward and we are still waiting for that paradigm shift And still wondering if we are on the right track If so why is progress and support for a more effective accessible and fair justice system so slow Why isn t mediation a common or even mandatory first step for more disputes Why are we still the alternative when as a young friend observed Oh you mean what you do is actual dispute resolution I don t know What I do know is that decades of experience as a community mediator and another decade with NYSDRA have only reinforced my early convictions and excitement My mentors have been the folks who were willing to give it a try It is a challenge and a privilege to sit with them and witness the hurt anger misunderstanding mistrust and mean spiritedness we all feel in conflict Gradually the energy shifts in response to the reflections questions or interventions that resonate in the room Surprisingly often we have the honor to see those same folks reach deep into reservoirs of hope trust and creativity that had been temporarily inaccessible Collaborative problem solving becomes manifest So there I go again testifying to the converted What do we need to do differently to juice up that paradigm shift Here are a few suggestions Walk that talk model that shift Use mediation in your own life to address unresolved conflict or for planning purposes especially where there are complex substantive matters important relationships and or high emotions involved Talk the walk Educate others by catching them doing it right Notice when people around you are using good skills in communication negotiation or conflict management Tell them what they did and why you noticed Thank you to Dan Weitz and Sheila Sproule of OCA ADR for their workshop at NYSDRA s Annual Conference Promote and challenge Ask a roomful of mediators if they utilize mediation and how often Once for your divorce is not enough Urge your family friends and acquaintances to use dispute resolution Look for opportunities to promote mediation to manage conflict and change in your communities Get out of our box Talk to people in other professions businesses or in communities

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