Conflict is a part of life. We can’t avoid it. Many are conflict avoidant and end up arguing rather than negotiating as they think that is what will get you what you want. It is about knowing what you are feeling, where it comes from and what do you actually want?
My method for conflict resolution incorporates psychology, cognitive thinking/speaking, and mindfulness. Used together, this dynamic approach encourages change by stimulating creativity and transforming conflict.
This method can be applied to relationships, families, within a business, among business partners and employees, and much more. I have worked with couples, families (adult children and their parents) and executives running small to big companies. It is knowing what you want and what is getting in the way.