Event: New Technologies Changing Mediation & Conflict Resolution


Come Join Me!

I will be discussing how new technology is currently being used (by me!) to help train, teach and bring together dispute resolution academics, students, practitioners and professionals from all over the world.

I will also share how the Dispute Resolution and Psychology communities can converge on many topics. I provide the example, through the use of webinar software, of nonverbal communication and the importance it has in both fields.


You are invited to a special presentation and workshop on Monday, April 25 at 6-9 PM

New Technologies Changing Mediation and Conflict Resolution


This special program is jointly sponsored by the CUNY Dispute Resolution Consortium at John Jay College and the Organization, Consulting and Work Psychology Division of the New York State Psychological Association.


The use and limits of state-of–the-art and emerging technologies for mediation, conflict resolution and training will be presented by a distinguished panel, followed by a lively knowledge cafĂ© style workshop to determine potential applications by program participants. New technologies such as virtual world applications will be demonstrated during the presentations. Topics covered include:

· What’s the impact of new technologies (e.g. on-line mediation; virtual reality applications) on mediation, dispute and conflict resolution?

· What’s the impact of the social media explosion on mediation, dispute and conflict resolution?

· How can psychologists and mediation, dispute and conflict resolution professionals work together for the benefit of current and future clients?

· What’s the impact of new technologies (e.g. on-line mediation; virtual reality applications) and the social media explosion on organization and consulting psychology?

Panel participants include: Dr. Helen Rozelman, Jeff Thompson, Alex Yaroslavsky, and Dr Suzanne Roff-Wexler. The panel chair is Dr Richard Wexler.

When: Monday, April 25 at 6-9 pm

Where: John Jay College Multi-Purpose Room [445 W 59th St bet 9th and 10th Aves, 2nd fl near the Cafeteria]

Reservations are required due to building security and space is limited.

To register contact Dr. Suzanne Roff-Wexler at: Sroff@psychology21c.com


Admission is free for all members of the Organization, Consulting and Work Psychology Division of NYSPA, the CUNY Dispute Resolution Consortium, and John Jay Students. $15 suggested donation for all others. Refreshments Will Be Served

AGENDA:

6:00 - 6:30PM Networking & Introductions
6:30 - 7:45 Panel presentations
7:45 - 8:45 Workshop

8:45 - 9:00 Networking & organization business


Special thanks to Drs Maria Volpe and Harold Takooshian for making this program possible.

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