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9 Ways to Avoid Cognitive Overload in Conflict Resolution - Alternative Dispute Resolution News

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Posted on: May 26, 2016

By Valerie A. Cowan, The Mediation Option

It is very easy to become emotionally and cognitively overwhelmed in conflict. This article contains useful tools to help mediators and attorneys help parties (and themselves!) keep a clear head and think through all of the issues even during the most intense conflict. Read the article here.

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